Recruitment companies solution to teachers paid £10m to look abroad

Extracts from an article by Jim Armitage, city editor at the Evening Standard.

"The shortage of teachers has become so extreme that the Government is paying recruitment consultancies £10 million to scout for them abroad.

Global consultancies including Reed Specialist Recruitment, Randstad and Prospero have been put on a centralised roster for head teachers to use when struggling to recruit British staff, according to a tender highlighted by research group Tussell."

Read the full article on the Evening Standard website.

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