From Covid to the Cost of Living: The Crises Remaking the Role of Teaching Assistants

Sophie Marie Hall, Robert Edward Webster

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    Abstract

    This report presents findings from a study that followed on from a large-scale survey of teaching assistants’ (TAs) experiences of working during Covid. The study aimed to document the role of TAs during the so-called ‘recovery’ year (2021/22), and to identify
    examples of what good schools do to recognise, value, incentivise and ultimately retain their TAs. We obtained data from 22 semi-structured interviews with TAs, teachers and headteachers from five primary schools in England.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherUniversity of Portsmouth
    Commissioning bodyUNISON
    Number of pages25
    Publication statusPublished - 8 Sept 2022

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