Letters: Teacher training faces crisis

 

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More signatories to a letter that appears in the Monday 21st October edition of the Independent

Natacha Kennedy, Goldsmiths, University of London

Alex Kenny, Chair, NUT Education and Equalities Committee (and National Executive)

Amanda Kipling, Goldsmiths, University of London

Graham Lane former Chair of LGA Education Committee

Gwenda Lappin, Institute of Education, University of Reading

Kate Laurence, Institute of Education, University of London

Kerasia Lefkaditou,  School of Education, Birmingham City University

Steve Lerman, Professor Emeritus, London South Bank University

Ralph Levinson, Institute of Education, University of London

Keith Lichman,  Secretary, Campaign for State Education

Morlette Lindsay, Institute of Education, University of London

Anna Llewellyn, University of Durham

Rachel Lofthouse Lecturer in Education Head of Teacher Learning and Development (Education Section) Newcastle University

Karen Lowing, University of Durham

Sir Alasdair Macdonald, Formerly Headteacher of Morpeth School, Tower Hamlets

Vicky Macleroy, Goldsmiths, University of London

Gee Macrory Centre Leader for Languages and English Programme Leader for MA Language Education,  Faculty of Education,  Manchester Metropolitan University

Ralph Manning Lecturer in Primary Education School of Education & Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia

Andolie Marguerite, Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London

Sue McGonigle, Institute of Education, University of London

Nick McGuinn, Honorary Visiting Fellow, University of York

Adrian Mee, Institute of Education, University of London

Jane Miller, Professor Emerita, Institute of Education, University of London

Peter Mortimore,  Director Emeritus, Institute of Education, University of London

Jane Murray Senior Lecturer in Education Centre for Education and Research School of Education University of Northampton

Robert Newell,  PGCE Primary Route, Institute of Education, University of London.

Frank Newhofer,  School Governor

Kelly Davey Nicklin, Birmingham City University

Jane Noble, Tutor and Lecturer, Department of Early Childhood and Primary Education,  Institute of Education, University of London

Daniel O'Neill, Lecturer in Teacher Education, City of Liverpool College

Prof Jayne Osgood Institute for Policy Studies in Education,  London Metropolitan University

John Oversby, University of Reading, Institute of Education

Rachel Payne, Senior Lecturer in Education, Oxford Brookes University

Jane Perryman, Institute of Education, University of London

Joel Petrie: Advanced Lecturer for Dyslexia Support and Teacher Education, The City of Liverpool College

Christine Pfaff,  formerly Headteacher of Dunbury First School, Advisory Headteacher and School Inspector

Heather Piper Professor at Education and Social Research Institute,

Maggie Pitfield, Goldsmiths, University of London

John Potter, Institute of Education, University of London.

Prof Richard Pring Green Templeton College Oxford, formerly Director of the Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford

John Rainer, Academic Division Leader, Faculty of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University

Ana Redondo, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Bedfordshire

Vanessa Regan,  University of Sussex

Michael J. Reiss, Professor of Science Education, Pro-Director: Research and Development, Institute of Education, University of London

Prof Colin Richards, University of Manchester

Jeff Richardson, Former headteacher, Wexham School, Slough

Jessie Ricketts, University of Reading

Tanya Riordan, University of Portsmouth

Karen Roberts, Subject Leader PGCE Modern Languages, Manchester Institute of Education, The University of Manchester

Lynn Roberts, Lecturer in Education, Institute of Education, University of London

Ros Roberts, Senior Lecturer in Science Education, School of Education, Durham University.

Fiona Rodger, Institute of Education, University of London

Tim Rowland, Professor of Mathematics Education, School of Education, University of East Anglia

Vicki Ryf, Senior Lecturer in Primary Education, London South Bank University

Jane Savill, Institute of Education, University of London

Nicola Savvides, University of Durham

Kate Scappaticci, Goldsmiths, University of London

Gretel Scott, Associate Tutor, University of Sussex

Darnelle Constant-Shepherd, PGCE Tutor, Department of Early Childhood and Primary Education, Institute of Education, University of London

Christina Skarbek, Senior Lecturer in Education, Oxford Brookes University

Prof Robin Simmons, School of Education, University of Huddersfield

Alasdair Smith, Anti-Academies Alliance

Heather Smith,  Lecturer in Education School of Education, Communication & Language Sciences, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

Kate Smith , PGCE Primary Programme Specialism Lead for Languages, PGCE Secondary Programme Tutor, Keele University

Raymond Soltysek, University of Strathclyde, External Examiner (PGCE) Manchester Metropolitan and Roehamptom Universities

Juliet Sprake,  Goldsmiths, University of London

Prof Rhona Stainthorp, Institute of Education, University of Reading

David Stevens, Durham University School of Education (and Chair of NATE ITE Committee)

Carole Thomson, Chair of the Oxfordshire Governors' Association

Jill Trevethan, Institute of Education, University of London

Margaret Tulloch, School Governor

Jonathan Tummons, University of Durham

Anne Turvey, Institute of Education, University of London

Adam Unwin, Institute of Education, University of London

John Wadsworth, Senior Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London and School Governor

Chris Wakely, University of Exeter

Julian Williams  Professor of Education, University of Manchester, Manchester Institute of Education

Peter Wright, Lecturer in Mathematics Education, Institute of Education, University of London

John Yandell, Institute of Education, University of London

Patrick Yarker, School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia

Chris Watkins, Reader in Education University of London Institute of Education

Liz Williams,  Former Chair of Governors.

Prof Geoff Whitty - Director Emeritus, Institute of Education, University of London, UK and Professor of Public Sector Policy and Management School of Management, University of Bath, UK.

Peter Wimbourne, London South Bank University

Terry Wrigley, Visiting Professor, Leeds Metropolitan University

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