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Shortage in Cambridgeshire teachers leads to emergency meeting call from MP

Daniel Zeichner MP called for an emergency meeting with Justine Greening MP, the Secretary of State for Education, to discuss the serious shortfall on teacher numbers in Cambridgeshire.

In Parliament the MP for Cambridge asked what assessment had been made about the extent of teacher shortages in Cambridgeshire and highlighted the recently released research, commissioned by Cambridge Ahead, identifying the particular structural problems which have made the teacher shortage in Cambridge worse.

Daniel also asked if the Secretary of State would meet Cambridge Ahead and Cambridgeshire MPs to discuss the matter. Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for Schools, responding for the Government, agreed.

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