Mid-Career Teacher Retention and Development Online Summit

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An opportunity for those supporting mid-career teachers to discover evidence, share their experience, and explore responses to challenges

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The crisis in teacher retention and recruitment is well-established and becoming more acute. It is not only teachers in the early stages of their career who are likely to leave the profession, but also those in the middle stages of their career.

There is still much to be understood about the roles of mid-career teachers, those who have been in the profession for 5-15 years. We know that high quality teacher professional development is a crucial factor in retaining teachers, especially those in their early and mid-careers. Many mid-career teachers take on mentoring and/or leadership roles, and need opportunities for support to do so. To provide opportunities for the professional development of mid-career teachers, the DfE is currently working on new Specialist National Professional Qualifications (NPQs).

Over the last few months, our partnership has been gathering evidence, from teachers and from research, looking nationally and internationally, in order to better understand the development needs of mid-career teachers.

We invite you to this online summit to hear about this evidence, to share your own experiences of supporting mid-career teachers, and, together, to explore responses to the challenge, sharing these with colleagues colleagues and policy makers from across the sector.

The outcomes of the summit will be published in order to share our collective learning more widely.

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