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Applications are now open for the 2014 Leadership Development Programme.
Find out more about some of the exceptional people who accepted the Teach First challenge and committed their intellect, energy and enthusiasm to addressing educational disadvantage.
Recruitment & selection
Are you the kind of person who could make an impact in one of Teach First’s challenging schools? You’ll need bright ideas, gritty determination, awesome communication skills and the confidence to stand up in front of 30 teenagers, engage their attention, deflect their jibes and lead them on a journey. It’s a big ask.