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Recruitment and retention of teachers with industrial or professional experience

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untitled Recruitment and retention of teachers with industrial or professional experience Marie Strebler, Fiona Neathey and Nii Djan Tackey research report 051975RS_cvr_layout 1 23/2/05 3:21 pm Page i Published by the Learning and Skills Development Agency www.LSDA.org.uk Feedback should be sent to: Information Services Learning and Skills Development Agency Regent Arcade House 19-25 Argyll Street Tel 020 7297 9144 Fax 020 7297 9242 [email protected] Registered with the Charity Commissioners Printed in the UK Copy editor: Nick Sweeney Cover design: Joel Quartey Printer: Blackmore Limited 051975RS /2/2005/1600 1-84572-164-0 © Learning and Skills Development Agency 2005 You are welcome to copy this publication for internal use within your organisation. Otherwise, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, electrical, chemical, optical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of the copyright owner. Further information For further information about the issues discussed in this publication please contact: Peter Davies Research Manager Learning and Skills Development Agency 01480 468 178 [email protected] This publication was supported by the Learning and Skills Council as part of the Learning and Skills Development Agency’s strategic programme of research and development. 1 Contents 1. Introduction 1 2. Report of the literature review 5 3. Surveys of curriculum leaders 12 4. Case studies 26 Appendix: List of case studies 46 References 48 2 Introduction This is the report of the project on recruitment and retention of teachers with industrial experience and from other parts of the sector conducted on behalf of the LSDA by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES). The project aimed to investigate the strategies and practices used by colleges to attract, retain and

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