How Do Shortages Of Maths Teachers Affect The Within-School Allocation Of Maths Teachers To Pupils?

Secondary school pupils in the most disadvantaged schools are being hit hardest by England’s maths teacher shortages, according to this report from the Nuffield Foundation.

There is a shortage of maths teachers in England, as a result of departments losing 40% of teachers during their first six years in the profession, moves to increase participation in maths for 16-18 year olds, and higher private sector wages for maths graduates. 

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