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North Bridge House to Host Global Debate

With teacher recruitment, retention and workload an increasingly pressing issue worldwide, join Tes and Cognita on Thursday 19th April as we debate what’s wrong and what we can do to fix it. We have a stellar panel of three celebrated teachers based in three different countries along with a leading mental health expert. By teachers, for teachers – join us to explore perspectives, concerns and approaches from around the world in…

Burn-out: How can we keep the best teachers teaching?

Educators in all parts of the world can take part in our multi-format debate on Thursday 19th April, 7-8pm.

Limited seats on the night are still available for the debate on Thursday 19th April but you need to register here. To view via live stream, visit the Tes Facebook page on the night.

On the panel

Lucy Rycroft Smith, teacher, educationist and author of Flip the System UK.

Natasha Devon, mental health campaigner in schools and universities. Writer, speaker and Tes columnist. 

Tom Rogers, teacher in Vigo, North Spain, and writer, conference organiser and Tes columnist. 

Craig Kemp, teacher and head of education technology at Cognita’s Stamford American International School Singapore. Speaker, blogger and creator of #whatisschool, #asiaED & #pubPD. He tweets at: @mrkempnz.

Ed Dorrell, Tes deputy editor, in the chair. 

Live Twitter Chat

TES will also be hosting a live Twitter chat to discuss the points raised at the debate with Cognita Director of Education, Simon Camby on the following day, Friday 20th April, and you can join with the hashtag #keepteachers.

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