What makes a good teacher? How do you find them, develop them and, ultimately, keep them? In this month’s issue, we talk to schools and professional bodies about their approaches to recruitment and retention in this difficult climate. Our columnists Helen Fraser and Sue Parfett also delve into the theme, covering unconscious bias and staff development in catering.
In this issue we’re taking a closer look at schools opening branches overseas and international student recruitment. It’s certainly a growing movement and if you’re thinking of moving to sunnier climes we’d love to hear about it.
As the single sex vs. co-ed debate continues, we talk girls’ education and careers advice with Caroline Jordan, this year’s president of the Girls’ Schools Association. If you’d like to offer a boys’ school perspective, get in touch with me here.
We know that sport is a huge part of independent school life. To recognise this, you’ll not only find a new sports section in every issue, but our sister title Independent School Sport will also be distributed quarterly inside IE from our July/August issue.
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Until next time,
Editor, Independent Education Today