Today’s poll: Some areas find it much harder to recruit teachers so should we introduce different pay rates?

Regional inequality in education is growing and it is suggested this is, in part, down to the difficulties of recruiting teachers in some areas. A potential solution would be to adjust pay levels accordingly – is it time to give it a go?

 

Some areas find it much harder to recruit teachers so should we introduce different pay rates?

 

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Comments

  1. shelleyhepher

    SchoolsImprove When jobs advertised at 100k+ attract no real applicants then maybe we need to look beyond rates of pay as the solution.

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