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Thursday, 4 February 2016

Two thirds of Bradford teachers 'likely' to leave their school in the next year

Two thirds of Bradford teachers 'likely' to leave their school in the next year

Two thirds of Bradford teachers 'likely' to leave their school in the next year

OVER two thirds of Bradford teachers say they are "likely" to leave their school in the next year - and over half say they are considering leaving the profession entirely.
A newly-released survey reveals that many of the district's teachers are unhappy in their jobs, making it more difficult for schools to retain their staff.
The study was carried out by Dr George Madine, a human resource management expert based at the University of Bradford, who has studied 450 local teachers. He will present his findings to Bradford Council's Children's Services Scrutiny Committee on Wednesday.
His report says that while teacher dissatisfaction is a national and "toxic" problem, Bradford's position in league tables means local teachers are put under even more pressure.
Dr Madine's survey asked how likely teachers were to leave their current school in the next 12 months. 27.67 per cent said they were "very likely," while 17.44 per cent said it was "likely" and 24.65 per cent that it was "moderately likely."
Twenty per cent said unlikely, while 10.23 per cent claimed it was very unlikely.

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