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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/oct/02/never-return-teach-england-refuge-abroad

    ‘I will never return to teach in England’: the UK teachers finding refuge abroad
    An estimated 15,000 teachers are snapped up overseas each year, driven away by the stress in British schools

    Donna Ferguson

    Tue 2 Oct 2018 07.14 BST

    Freya Odell, who teaches in Rome, says the English education system is broken.
    Freya Odell, who teaches in Rome, says the English education system is broken. Photograph: Remo Casilli
    The English education system is broken, says Freya Odell, a state secondary school teacher with 18 years’ experience. This month, she followed in the footsteps of thousands of other talented, fed-up teachers and moved abroad – in her case, to St George’s British International School in Rome.

    “It wasn’t a difficult decision. My job in England took over my life. Over the past year, I had stopped laughing and smiling. I had lost all sense of who I am.”

    Despite being director of learning, literacy lead and director of English at her previous school, Odell, 38, had to teach 20 out of 30 lessons and mentor three new staff. “I had to get up at 4.30am to get everything done, returning home at 7pm and working for another hour before bed, as well as at weekends.” She offered to take a pay cut to reduce her teaching load, but was refused.

    In Italy, she has been allocated the same amount of teaching but none of the responsibilities – and she will teach a class of 16 children, instead of 34. “If St George’s will have me for ever, I will never return to teaching in England,” she says.

    As the new school year gets under way, an Education Policy Institute report has highlighted how the government’s failure to recruit enough trainee teachers to stem the flow of experienced staff leaving the profession has led to a “severe shortage” in England’s schools.

    ‘Every lesson is a battle’: Why teachers are lining up to leave
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    It is estimated around 15,000 teachers leave the UK each year to join an international school – and nearly half (47%) are dissatisfied with the British education system, according to a recent survey of 1,600 teachers at British international schools by the Council of British International Schools (Cobis). Around a third (32%) were thinking about leaving the profession altogether before they took on an international job.

    Headteacher Binks Neate-Evans moved to a school in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
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    Headteacher Binks Neate-Evans moved to a school in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
    “There’s a toxic mix of factors, created by this government, that is making teachers decide they cannot teach in England in particular any more,” says Mary Bousted, general secretary of the National Education Union. “The low net pay of teachers means many cannot even afford rent. There is systemic overworking, with teachers routinely working 55 hours a week, and a vicious accountability system, which means teachers are not given the time and support to get better at what they do.” It reflects badly on the government, she says, that so many highly qualified teachers are going abroad. “It’s not that they don’t want to teach, it’s that they don’t want to teach in the context we’ve created in this country, and the government is responsible for that. We are haemorrhaging teachers, particularly at secondary school level.”

  2. Típico. Arranjam um cozinhado nos gabinetes. Atiram para as escolas. E dizem: “Desembrulhem-se”. Logo se vê. Quem vier depois que feche a porta.

    Em boa verdade, só os votozinhos contam. Eu já sei o que vou fazer com o meu. E vocês?

    Que saudades tenho da Ana Drago:

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