'The government gives teachers no incentive to remain within the job'
Gauging abilities and ranking schools is all about accountability, not education, union will say
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
Nearly seven out of ten science teachers have thought about leaving the profession in the last six months
School's superintendent unsure if pupil will face disciplinary measures
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
On the fifth day, teachers in the Researchers in Schools programme work with targeted pupils or improve their skills
Figures indicate the scheme is an 'embarrassing failure' for the Government
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
A similar number also said children were falling asleep in class because they were under-nourished
A large number of educators admitted to lowering the grades of students they did not like
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'