This briefing focuses on the Government’s response to the 2013 public consultation on changes to teacher misconduct arrangements. It also provides the key messages from the advice on factors related to decisions leading to the prohibition of teachers. The advice has been revised in the light of the consultation outcomes and the Government’s response. This briefing is on:
DfE: Consultation on changes to teacher misconduct: the prohibition of teachers’ advice: Government response (January 2014)
NCTL: Teacher misconduct: the prohibition of teachers: advice on factors relating to decisions leading to the prohibition of teachers from the teaching profession (January 2014)
This briefing will be of interest to head teachers, teachers, governors, local authorities and parents as well as national organisations involved in education policy development in this area. It will be of particular interest to those directly involved in a teacher conduct panel.
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