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- James O'Driscoll
ISBN-10 0194306445 ISBN-13 9780194306447
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Study Cards on schools, job, school

Why is it so hard for British schools to recruit, and keep teachers?
  1. The tradition of English anti-intellectualism
  2. Teachers in Britain have, in comparison with other European countries, rather low status.
  3. Teachers have to spend a lot of time being inspected and filling in forms to prove they are doing a proper job, which makes the job less attractive.
What could be a solution for the inequality problem in education?
to introduce lotteries for allocating places in secondary schools.
Most schools develop a sense of distinctiveness, many have (3)
  1. Their own school uniforms
  2. Associations for former pupils
  3. Its own school hall, big enough to accommodate all pupils for daily assemblies and other occasional ceremonies.
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