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(Original post by SarcAndSpark)
Personally, I think retention of experienced teachers is more important that encouraging lots of new starters into the profession, to have them drop out of the PGCE, or NQT years. The PGCE is bloody hard, and making it easier to get a place won't guarantee people cope with the course and finish! Students teachers who need a lot of support can also be a drain on schools/departments.
The problem is that there are more leaving than joining. They often leave because of age, or stress. I remember reading somewhere that the workforce is going down and that jobs are becoming easier to get in Teaching
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