The overall drop is an improvement on last month - but numbers have fallen by up to a fifth in some subjects
There has been a drop in the proportion of physics trainees who go on to teach - and 5 other key facts from today's statistics
The University of Strathclyde throws its weight behind Tes campaign to allow more overseas teachers to get visas
Extending the teacher induction to two years 'could be hell' if means more scrutiny, say teacher trainers
With teacher recruitment, the DfE is trying to fill the bucket before fixing the holes at the bottom, says Jack Worth
Physics teacher-training applications down almost 15% on last year
One teacher says her experience with a nightmare mentor shows how poor teacher training feeds the recruitment crisis
Four decades after I left school, I'm applying to become a teacher. So what have I noticed about today's classrooms?
Giving teachers ongoing SEND training would reduce the chances of pupils being segregated, says expert
'Something big' must be done to reduce heavy workloads, says teacher-trainer leader
But teenagers in the UK are more likely to aspire to teach than their counterparts in Finland, OECD report shows
One teacher trainer shares a simple tweak that could enhance the quality of 'talk partner' discussion in primary maths
Ben Kinross passionately supports apprenticeships - but he's having second thoughts about his own daughter taking one
World-leading research will prize data over ‘anecdote and sensationalist stories’
Improved support could end NQT burnout: new teachers need both the nuts and bolts of teaching and pedagogical expertise
The system needs to change to relieve the overwhelming pressure on teachers who are also parents
Teacher trainers say rejection rates are down to unsuitable candidates or no shows
Plans for a more robust induction period and continued training could signal a new dawn, writes ASCL leader Geoff Barton
DfE will lengthen induction period to two years
Bath Spa University says its payments are a 'thank you' for those choosing to become a teacher
Project to target pastoral support on key areas of wellbeing improves drop-out rate
The gender imbalance in early years is partly down to prejudice – and it's not good for the pupils, writes James Bowen
Trainee teachers are being dissuaded from joining the profession because of poor mentoring, warns one teacher
Three teachers give their views
An FE equivalent of TeachFirst is needed to help solve difficulties in recruiting teaching staff to colleges
Recruitment shortfall continues to be worse in primary than secondary
Training providers now have to justify why they haven't accepted an applicant to train as a teacher, says one ITT leader
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Ucas has revealed that the number of applications for...