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Transparency data

Analysis of 'specialist' and 'non-specialist' teaching in England

Evidence on the extent and impact of teachers taking lessons they are not qualified in.

Documents

Subject specialism report

Subject specialism tables

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Subject specialism tables

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Details

This report looks at the extent and impact of ‘specialist’ and ‘non-specialist’ teaching in state-funded secondary schools in England.

It uses data held by the Department for Education combined with other evidence including academic research and insights from international studies.