Today’s poll: Would flexible working options help boost teacher retention?

A think tank, in association with the ASCL, has suggested more flexible working options would help ease teacher shortages by encouraging more returners back into the profession – especially after they become mothers – as well as helping retain more facing stress or burnout.

Do you think it would work?

 

Would flexible working options help boost teacher retention?

 

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Comments

  1. SelfLeadership1

    SchoolsImprove Flexible working doesn’t necessarily change the amount of hours and #workload involved. #Teacher #Retention #UKEdChat

  2. SelfLeadership1

    SchoolsImprove Flexible working doesn’t necessarily change the amount of hours and #workload involved. #Teacher #Retention #UKEdChat

  3. VictoriaJaquiss

    SchoolsImprove Flexible working for teachers is missing the point for retention. Just a little respect would do.

  4. PaulGarvey4

    SchoolsImprove It works for others. My daughter (housing officer) & her boyfriend (gov data research) both enjoy benefits. Q possible in T.

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