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In our recent post – about teachers quitting the profession and the dire shortage of qualified teachers in England – we said we’d publish a reminder as to why Finland’s system of education is internationally respected, and why Finland is … Continue reading
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In Finland teaching is the most respected profession. It attracts the best, the most able and the most creative young people, and it’s the most difficult profession to enter on account of its popularity and prestige. In England things are … Continue reading
It’s the view of 3Di that schools can only run successfully if they’re made up of a team of enthusiastic and expert teachers/support staff that is well led by a team of experienced & able senior managers. This week we’ve … Continue reading
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