Recruiting and retaining enough teachers to serve growing numbers of pupils is one of the key challenges facing education in England. Many of the policy interventions have focused on teacher recruitment, but far less attention has been paid to retaining teachers currently employed in state schools.
Headteachers and senior leaders have an important role to ensure that when a school employs a good teacher they do their best to retain them. NFER’s new research – Engaging Teachers: NFER Analysis of Teacher Retention – found that teachers who are well supported and valued by school management are more likely to stay in the profession.
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