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Recruiting and Selecting Effective Teachers
Recruiting and selecting effective teachers

Normally, it is a school's senior leaders that participate in the recruitment and selection of staff. Together with members of the governing body, they invest a great deal of time in the process because they know the importance of making the right appointment. It follows that securing the right appointment now will greatly reduce the need to tackle under–performance in the future. Increasingly, however, other line–managers are being used to support the process, partly because of their specialist knowledge of particular curriculum areas, but also to ensure a balance of appropriate skills and attributes within the teams they lead, e.g. key stage, pastoral. This chapter has not been written for those who are already highly experienced ...

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