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Scotland’s access routes should be built internally

Why Scottish education needs to develop its own paths into teaching

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In my 20-year career, I’ve been fortunate to work at all levels of education, from early years to higher. More recently I’ve worked with the Scottish government and as a senior lecturer in initial teacher education (ITE).

The years have been kind, but they have not been without frustration. I have been at the heart of developments in education, but as I find myself moving to a new role in finance and accounting, I’d like to share my parting thoughts on where we are – and what we must do to reinvigorate routes into teaching.

There has been much talk about new routes and the Scottish government ...

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