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Pay progression on the upper pay range
How do teachers progress on the UPR? This article points to guidance from the DfE on pay progression for teachers on the upper pay range (UPR). It relays advice from the DfE, ASCL and two of our associate education experts.
- DfE: pay progression must be linked to performance
- Determining criteria for UPR progression
- Evidence for performance reviews: expert advice
- Notification of progress on the UPR: guidance
- Progression on the UPR: FAQs
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