More Oxbridge graduates teaching in state schools than independent sector’

Writing for The Guardian, Richard Adams reports on new finding from the Sutton Trust.

The number of Oxbridge graduates teaching in state schools has overtaken those in independent schools, according to analysis by the Sutton Trust, suggesting that high-profile efforts to attract graduates into teaching have paid off.

Using data from a survey of 700 state secondary school teachers, the Sutton Trust study extrapolated that there are 11,000 with degrees from Oxford or Cambridge on staff in England – more than double the number found by a similar survey in 2003.

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2017-05-23T15:07:12+01:00June 19th, 2015|Categories: In the News|