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The current qualified teacher status accreditation will be replaced with a scheme that will see teachers being formally approved by school leaders, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said in a White Paper to the Commons.
The course costs PS9,000 for the year and successful students gain a PGCE and qualified teacher status.
North Tyneside Council is offering the School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme, a course for anyone with a 2:2 degree or above, where learners can secure Qualified Teacher Status and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, validated by Northumbria University.
The Conservatives say Labour will be forced to either borrow more money or make cuts to schools in the region if it is to deliver on its policies, which include more accountability for schools and a requirement for all teachers to gain qualified teacher status.
The school workforce statisthe school workforce statistics are based on a head count tics are based on a head count of staff with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), usually gained through a degree or a postgraduate certificate in education.
The most common way to become a primary school teacher is to do Initial Teacher Education or Training (ITET) and gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
The ability to award qualified teacher status to new teachers and a guarantee of high standards and levels of education in line with the British curriculum are just some of the benefits the school will enjoy from their new status, according to officials.
By completing the PGCE, I graduated with qualified teacher status (QTS)."
Participants will achieve Qualified Teacher Status and complete a Leadership Development Programme to further develop their skills.
Although these measures will be a start, Nutbrown is hoping that in order to raise the status and reputation of the Early Years sector, an early years specialist route to qualified teacher status to bring the practice more in line with teaching should be established, which, if accepted by the government would render the need for a licence to practice defunct.
Teachers at the conference are expected to hear that using staff without qualified teacher status undermines attempts to boost standards, and increases the workload of those that are qualified.
However, research shows that the majority of American school teachers have reached the highly qualified teacher status requirement mandated by NCLB, and that reading, literacy, and mathematics scores have improves since its enactment.
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