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Initial Teacher Education: what matters most and what has worked well

Hulme, Moira and Rauschenberger, Emilee and Meanwell, Karen (2020) Initial Teacher Education: what matters most and what has worked well. In: Education System Design: Foundations, Policy Options and Consequences. Routledge TaylorFrancis.. ISBN 9780367203771

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Abstract

High-quality teaching is the most important within-school factor influencing pupil achievement, especially for less advantaged pupils. Yet, in England, policy experiments in the diversification of providers has generated regressive inter-local competition, sector instability and contributed to recruitment and retention challenges. Equity in education for children is ill-served by inequitable access to teachers of quality.

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