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 Teacher shortages Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:27 GMT

classroom scene School inspectors' staffing warning
Pupils could face further disruption to lessons, as a report by Ofsted says many education authorities are struggling to recruit teachers.
science lab Funding boost for trainee teachers
The government pledges funding for 1,900 extra teacher training places in England but critics say that is still not enough.
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More teachers needed


Surrey warns parents it will not enough enough teachers next term
Can't get the staff


teacher in classroom  Teachers
More trainees - but also more resignations

 Back to school
School starts late - but with a full timetable

Short-staffed secondary school sends pupils home Sent home
Teachers' action puts school on a four-day week

Analysis by BBC education correspondent Mike BakerNo teachers
Mike Baker considers the shortage action

New money to try to recruit more teachersSpecial offers
Tempting people back into teaching

House prices are pricing teachers out of the south-eastHome truths
Teachers priced out by housing
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