Slipping Through The Net: tackling incompetence in the teaching profession

Apr 1, 2008

In the second of a series of papers and research notes on the teaching profession in the run‐up to the publication of a major report on teacher recruitment, training and retention later this year, Sam Freedman and Briar Lipson look at the Government’s failure to remove poorly‐performing teachers from schools and propose a series of improvements to the capability review process.

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Sam Freedman

Sam Freedman
Head of Education Unit, 2006-2009 Read Full Bio

Briar Lipson

Briar Lipson
Research Fellow, 2007-2008 Read Full Bio

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