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News: Weak pound leads to fears over teacher supply

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A fall in the value of the pound is making international school wages more appealing to teachers, experts claim. They worry that the lure of overseas posts will exacerbate problems with teacher supply. Schools have been warned they will need to offer bigger pay rises to attract and retain recruits.

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