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Number of male teachers in England at all-time low as pay levels drop

New research also raises alarm over lack of minority ethnic senior teaching staff

The number of male secondary school teachers in England has fallen to its lowest proportion on record, according to new research that also highlights an alarming lack of senior teaching staff from ethnic minorities.

An erosion in teachers’ pay has had “serious implications” for the recruitment and retention of staff, as well as the overall composition of the profession. The study found that men now make up just 35% of secondary school teachers.

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