The Deputy Prime Minister has today asked teachers to consider how they spend their working day in an attempt to stop a “runaway train of bureaucracy”.

Teachers are being urged to tell the government what administrative tasks should be cut or scrapped altogether.

Launching the workload challenge for teachers, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says teachers must be liberated from “burdensome workloads”.

Working with the Times Educational Supplement, teachers can have their say between now and the end of November on how to reduce unsustainable workload.

Teachers are invited to:

You can email your response and also complete an online survey.

Visit the Workload Challenge page on the TES web site

Read the DPM’s speech on the TES web site.

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