By Blog Editor, IOE Digital, on 19 September 2019
Over the last five years, the Department for Education has taken steps to reduce teacher workload. This was spurred by results from the TALIS 2013 survey which illustrated how teachers in England work longer hours than teachers in most other countries. The government subsequently pledged to “[collect]robust evidence on teacher workload at least every two years”.
But what counts as “robust evidence”? And has the DFE kept this promise? Let’s take a look.(more…)