More than one in 10 schools in England are using more unqualified teachers to take lessons in response to growing teacher shortages, research suggests. The Times Education Supplement (TES) says a survey of nearly 250 heads revealed almost half had unfilled positions in their schools.
The survey, by TES Global, also suggested that more than a quarter were also using more supply teachers.
The government said teacher numbers and quality were at record levels.
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