Brexit ‘will leave Scotland short of foreign language teachers’

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The leader of the organisation that represents Scottish independent schools has issued a warning about the impact of Brexit on the education sector.

John Edward, director of the Scottish Council of Independent Schools, suggested that schools specifically should be worried about the end of freedom of movement.

“Only 14 EU teachers applied for General Teaching Council for Scotland registration up until 30 June 2018 – down from 128 in 2015, 159 in 2016 and 186 in 2017. There are already significantly fewer language teachers in Scotland than in 2008. There were 722 French teachers last year in ...

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