The new agency will focus on developing a school-led system, promoting high quality teaching and leadership, and leading on delivering school workforce reforms. Its remit includes teacher training, continuous professional development, leadership development, and supporting school improvement to address underperformance in the education system.
Figures are aggregated from the previously separate Teaching Agency and National College for School Leadership, which were merged at the end of 2012-13 to form the National College for Teaching and Leadership and based on 2012-13 net and gross operating costs. Charlie Taylor became CE in September 2012; remuneration shown is full year salary.
|Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)|
|Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration||£140,000 to £145,000|
|Register of Interests||Yes|
|Last Annual Report||2013-14 report will be published in autumn 2014|