GTCE

AcronymDefinition
GTCEGeneral Teaching Council for England (UK)
GTCEGerman Tactical Commando Elite (gaming clan)
GTCEGeneral Trading & Contracting Establishment
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Instead the Teaching Agency, which will replace the GTCE, will hear only the most serious misconduct cases that could lead to teachers being struck off.
The deputy head received a reprimand from the GTCE which will remain on her record for two years but does not stop her from teaching.
A spokeswoman for the GTCE said: ``The committee decided to issue Mr Parkinson with a conditional registration order to last for five years.
Education Secretary Michael Gove announced plans to abolish the GTCE two years ago in a cull of Labour-led quangos.
"Those who crowed over the abolition of the GTCE are now deeply concerned, as they realise that this was part and parcel of the English agenda to de-professionalise teachers.
Axed by the Westminster coalition, Education Secretary Michael Gove said he was "deeply sceptical" of the GTCE's purpose, believing it "does little to raise teaching standards or professionalism".
"However, just because Michael Gove has decided to abolish the GTCE does not necessarily mean what is best for England is best for Wales.
Lord Puttnam, known for box office hits such as Chariots of Fire, is a champion of learning and was founding chair of the General Teaching Council for England (GTCE).
THEREcan be no doubt that the decision by the Westminster Education Secretary, Michael Gove, to scrap the General Teaching Council for England (GTCE) caught everyone by surprise.
The General Teaching Council for England (GTCE) yesterday became the third education body to be axed under the new coalition.