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Changes to the local leaders of education programme.
Package of support offered to great teachers and middle leaders who join the National Teaching Service in North West England.
New TV ad launches to inspire more people to teach.
Experienced school leader appointed to drive forward further improvements in the school system.
Increased tax-free bursaries and scholarships for 2016 to 2017 announced.
A major push to get more maths and physics teachers into our classrooms and raise the status of the profession was outlined by the Prime Minister today.
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Schools urged to bid for up to £30,000 to support school-led projects.
How your school can use and engage with the primary PE specialist initial teacher training (ITT) programme.
Excellent school middle leaders will be placed in underperforming schools in a drive to raise standards.
The tender for School Direct (early years) initial teacher training launched November 2014 for 2015 recruitment.
Charlie Taylor's speech for Nursery World Business Summit on 12 November 2014.
Financial incentives worth £25,000 for academic year 2015 to 2016 announced.
Television’s Mr Burton (Educating Yorkshire) fronts new online interactive film to get more people into teaching.
One hundred talented leaders to be recruited to transform schools facing toughest challenges.
Charlie Taylor's speech for National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) conference on 19 June 2014.
The government has established over 500 teaching schools a year earlier than planned.
NCTL is introducing School Direct for early years initial teacher training (ITT) from September 2014.
NCTL is making changes to the way its national qualifications for school leaders will be delivered in the future.
Charlie Taylor, Chief Executive of the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) speaks to the Nursery and Primary Show.
Teachers and SEN support staff will be able to apply for funds worth up to £1 million to develop specialist skills.
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