The profession thinks 'academisation' will make standards worse, by a margin of three to one
Applicants will have to show subject expertise in front of headteacher and an expert from another school before becoming a fully fledged teacher
Teachers are monitored, scrutinised and graded as though working a 55-hour week for 32 hours’ pay is a special privilege
'Just being sorry' is not enough, the teacher has said
A report by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers last year found that four out of 10 teachers quit within a year of qualifying
Report finds 84% of secondaries say teacher shortages are having detrimental effect on the education they provide
A new report shows most schools are having to put teachers who are not trained in their subject in front of classes
Attracting people teaching requires demonstrating it is a profession marked by creativity, problem solving and passion
Colin Hegarty swapped Deloitte’s in the City of London to train as a maths teacher six years ago
One academic is 'exhausted' by expectations national education curriculum places on students
Answers include how dietary fibre help in digestion, the ‘heaviest gas’ and made-up quotes to a religious exam
Despite one headteacher revealing how he had to pay 5 teachers £5,000 each in order to ensure positions were being filled, Government insists numbers are at 'all-time high'
Teachers' organisations warn crisis will deepen if pay continues to be squeezed, making teaching a less attractive career
'The cuts are having a negative effect on our students and making the working lives of our members intolerable'
Pupils bussed to another village as Easington primary school in the East Ridings cannot find a permanent teacher
Workload emerges as teachers' biggest complaint in calls to Education Support Partnership's 24-hour-a-day-service