Should England establish a National Teaching Institute?

01/28/2013 | Guardian (London), The

In this blog post, Tim Brighouse, a former London commissioner for schools, and Bob Moon, emeritus professor of education at the Open University, write that countries with top education systems have embraced professional development for teachers. However, they write that such a system is lacking in England and suggest the creation of a National Teaching Institute "to provide coherence and ambition to the activities that support classroom teachers".

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