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Teachers not fulfilling a teaching and learning responsibility (TLR)

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Last updated on 14 July 2017
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How should we deal with a teacher not fulfilling a TLR role? We relay advice from the ASCL, the NAHT, the DfE and Edapt on dealing with a situation where a teacher is not meeting the requirements of a teaching and learning responsibility (TLR) post, and whether payments can be removed.

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