ERIC Number: ED056976
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
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Training, Recruitment and Utilization of Teachers in Primary and Secondary Education. Country Case Studies: Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom.
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris (France). Directorate for Scientific Affairs.
This is one of a series of studies on the training, recruitment, and utilization of teachers in member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This volume deals with Germany, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. The section on Germany (129 pages) has chapters on the German educational system, trends in the demand for and supply of teachers, factors accounting for changes in numbers of teachers, the age and sex structure of the teaching force, the training of teachers, the output of teacher training institutions, the utilization and deployment of qualified teachers, and working conditions and wage policy. The section on Belgium (45 pages) is in French with no translation. The chapters deal with training teachers, financial aid for students at teacher training institutions, recruitment of teachers, promotion opportunities, and retirement regulations. The section on the United Kingdom (133 pages) is in three parts: 1) England and Wales--educational system, demand and supply of teachers, training and retraining of teachers, recruitment policies and the quota, career structure of teaching and conditions of work, the demand for teachers, methodology of forecasting the demand and supply; 2) Scotland--educational system, training of teachers, quantitative data; 3) Northern Ireland--educational system, demand and supply of teachers, training arrangements, and quantitative data. Related documents are SP 005 359 through SP 005 364.
Descriptors: Career Opportunities, Teacher Education, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Salaries, Teacher Supply and Demand
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Authoring Institution: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris (France). Directorate for Scientific Affairs.
Identifiers - Location: Belgium; Germany; United Kingdom