A scheme to recruit top teachers to work in deprived areas has been dropped, the government confirms.
The National Teaching Service was announced by England’s then Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, in 2015.
The plan was for 1,500 outstanding teachers and leaders to be deployed by 2020 “to the schools that need them most”, with a pilot in the North West.
But following the pilot “we can confirm that we will not be progressing”, said a Department for Education spokesman.
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