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Warning over England’s ‘teacher brain drain’ | BBC News

Thousands of teachers are being lured abroad with lucrative pay packages as England’s schools grapple with a recruitment crisis, Ofsted warns.

Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw says elite public schools have been opening up branches abroad, leading to a boom in international schools. Last year more people left to teach abroad (18,000) than trained (17,000) on post-graduate routes, he adds.

Ministers cited figures saying just a tiny fraction of teachers left the UK. The Department for Education also said it was disingenuous to suggest its approach to teacher recruitment was not working.

Read more about this story on the BBC website: Warning over England’s ‘teacher brain drain’ | BBC News

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