Education white paper(6 Posts)
rollonthesummer Thu 17-Mar-16 18:29:45
bumbleclat Thu 17-Mar-16 19:26:43
jeavcike Thu 17-Mar-16 19:35:19
noblegiraffe Thu 17-Mar-16 19:58:37
Cherrypi Thu 17-Mar-16 20:10:44
rollonthesummer Thu 17-Mar-16 20:33:46
What a cheery read!
No more QTS as we know it. MATs taking over the world
So my qts status that I strove so hard for now means nothing?
Wish I had no commitments here, I'd be emigrating.
I'm really afraid for my own position as a qualified supply teacher.
I currently work 3 days a week covering absent teachers on a short term, day-to-day basis and am worried that I'm either going to be forced into a pay cut (doing the same job for half the wage as an hlta because that's the cheaper option) or that the work will dry up altogether.
I chose to be a supply teacher because the flexibility fits with my family at the moment and I was looking to go full-time in 2017 when dd goes into full-time education. The plan was that I would go through the agencies to begin with because I work for them anyway and it's been so long since I last had a long-term post and therefore my references will be irrelevant.
I'm worried but can't find anything about how it'll affect supply teachers, who get a bad press as it is.
I'm also afraid for the future of my own dc, who are just starting out in their school careers - who will be responsible for providing their education?
It's all up in the air at the moment and I'm in a bit of a tizz, as my garbled post shows!
FFS no fucker wants to be a teacher as it is. Why do they think making teacher training longer and more arduous will improve the situation?
It'll be a great way to disguise unqualified teachers to parents. "Oh they're on year 5 of training"
I wonder what the entry requirements into the new training course will be?
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