It was announced recently that government will be offering top graduates tax-free bursaries of up to £30,000 to train to teach key academic subjects, such as maths and physics. There is also an increase for the incentives for up to £25,000 in other English Baccalaureate (EBacc) subjects including maths, biology, chemistry, computing, languages and geography.
According to Nick Gibbs, "We want every child to study the core academic subjects that will provide the best preparation for later life. Teaching now attracts more top graduates than ever before. To ensure we can continue to attract the best and brightest graduates into the profession, with the potential to be excellent teachers in these key subjects, we are continuing to offer a wide range of bursaries and scholarships."
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