2010 saw a surge in the number of public sector workers switching careers to become teachers, with a 69 per cent year-on-year rise in the number of state employees entering teaching through the TDA's Transition to Teaching programme.
What does T2T stand for?
T2T stands for Transition to Teaching
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- Total Tank System Study
- Translation and Transcription Support Services
- Time to Shoot the Engineer :-)
- Text to Text
- The Two Towers (online game)
- Time To Talk
- Tongue to Tongue
- Town 2 Town (discount program; UK)
- Trade 2 Trade Segment
- Trash to Treasure (online forum)
- Treat to Target (inflammatory rheumatic disease treatment)
- Talk to the Hand
- Things-to-Things Research Center (Seoul, South Korea; Motorola)
- Talk to You
- Transition to University (University of Alberta; Canada)
- Talk to You Later
- Talk to You Later
- Talk to You Then
- Talk to You Tomorrow
Samples in periodicals archive:
Applications to the Transition to Teaching scheme have risen by 96% since 2008, while the number of workers switching to a career in the classroom increased by 69% in 2010 alone.
And, the Transition to Teaching Grant Program funds the development and expansion of alternative routes to full state teacher certification and the recruitment and retention of highly qualified mid-career professionals, recent college graduates who have not majored in education, and paraprofessionals to teach in high-need schools operated by high-need school districts.
IBM, BT, GlaxoSmithKline and Rolls-Royce are among 48 which this week gave their backing to the Transition to Teaching scheme.
Current participating consortium members are: * Lewis-Clark State College, Pathway for Accelerated Certification & Endorsements (PACE) (a "pathway" in Idaho) * Montana State University, Northern Plains Transition to Teaching (NPTT) ("pathways" in Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming) * Regis College, M.