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Teacher workload recommendations not being followed.

Teacher workload recommendations not being followed.

DfE-commissioned research finds situation is even more acute according to views of classroom teachers

Only a fifth of school leaders have acted on official recommendations designed to reduce teacher workload, new government-commissioned research has found.

The worrying finding from a survey of teachers for the Department for Education appears even worse when only classroom teachers are considered.

It found that just 5 per cent said their school had “actively addressed” recommendations in official reports on reducing workload published as part of the government’s Workload Challenge.

Among the senior school leaders, nearly two-thirds had not even used the reports to review their existing policies, the survey found.

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