Recruiting and Retaining Teachers: Understanding Why Teachers Teach

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2.1a The top five career choices - school leavers who have consciously rejected teaching 30
2.1b The top five career choices - school leavers who have never contemplated teaching 30
2.2a The top five career choices - undergraduates who have consciously rejected teaching 31
2.2b The top five career choices - undergraduates who have never contemplated teaching 31
2.3 Individuals' commitment to teaching as a career given as a percentage of those with teachers in their family 33
2.4 Respondents' views on whether most teachers have time for hobbies 33
2.5 Respondents' views on whether teachers have high status 34
2.6 Respondents' views on teaching and the teaching profession 35
2.7 Percentages of men and women and their thinking on teaching as a possible career 36
2.8 Thoughts on teaching as a career possibility given by ethnic group 37
2.9 Factors deterring individuals of different ethnic origins from teaching as a career 38
2.10 The main factor attracting individuals of different ethnic origins into teaching 39
4.1 What factors were most influential in terms of getting you to apply for teaching posts generally? 68
4.2 What factors were most influential in persuading you to accept a particular teaching post? 70

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