6/13/2013

A recent report finds that schools in Britain are using more temporary teachers this year than last -- with the largest spike being in secondary schools. Recruitment firm Randstad Education found that there were 41,000 temporary teachers working in British schools each week in the spring -- up from 37,200 in 2012. The spike, officials said, was due to a decline in enrolment in related training programmes.

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