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The impact of initial teacher training reforms on English higher education institutions

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30 October 2014

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This report, the fifth in Universities UK’s series 'The funding environment for universities 2014', focuses on those universities in England that provide initial teacher training (ITT). 


It examines the recent changes affecting English universities’ delivery of ITT, analyses recent trends in recruitment following the implementation of these changes, and, finally, discusses the specific impact on institutions and its implications for current and future provision in this area.

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