OECD: teachers overworked and ‘not valued by society’
Monday, June 30, 2014
The Telegraph online, 25/06/2014, Graeme Paton
Teachers in England are working longer hours than those in most other developed nations despite being badly paid and feeling “undervalued” by society, according to international research. A study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development found that just a third of teachers – 35 per cent – believe they are appreciated by the general public. Pamela Sammons, professor of education at Oxford University, comments on the study.
Most teachers ‘feel undervalued’
AOL UK (Web), 25/06/2014, via PA
Teachers in England work some of the longest hours in the world, report finds
Times Education Supplement online, 25/06/2014, Stephen Exley
Download a pdf copy of Professor Pam Sammons’ comments on the TALIS Results.