An analysis of recruitment, retention and training within the state-sector teacher workforce.


Teachers analysis compendium 4: main report

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Teachers analysis compendium 4: tables

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Teachers analysis compendium 4: tables

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Teachers analysis compendium 4: entrants, leavers and retention application

Teachers analysis compendium 4: underlying data for entrants, leavers and retention application

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This is the fourth release in a series of teachers analysis compendium reports. The previous 3 reports can be found in the Teacher workforce statistics and analysis collection.

The report gives an analysis on expanding supply initiatives, such as subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses and teacher subject specialism training (TSST). This is together with analysis on:

  • people who return to teaching
  • the pool of qualified teachers who are not currently teaching in the state funded sector
  • teachers in England between 1999 and 2015 using teacher pension scheme data

The report also give an analysis on the retention of newly qualified teachers (NQTs).

It also gives an update to previously published analysis on people entering and leaving the teaching profession, by subject.

Teachers and teaching analysis unit

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Published 27 September 2018


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