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Upper pay range (UPR): criteria to meet when applying
What criteria must a teacher meet to move to the upper pay range? We relay advice from three of our associate education experts on interpreting the criteria for progression onto the upper pay range (UPR). We also include a case study from a teaching school.
- Substantial and sustained contribution
- Competence against the standards
- Case study from a teaching school: applying for the UPR
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