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Revised framework of professional standards for teachers published by the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA)

The standards are statements of a teacherís professional attributes, knowledge and understanding, and skills. They clarify expectations at each career stage and what progression looks like. They act as a backdrop to the revised performance management arrangements, helping teachers identify how they need to develop professionally to progress in their careers.



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Effective date: 22 June 2007
Posted date: 22 June 2007
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