The Conversation January 30, 2022 Julie Sonnemann, Rebecca Joiner
Almost all teachers (92%) in our study out today said they don’t have enough time to prepare effectively for classroom teaching – the core of their job.
The Grattan Institute surveyed 5,442 Australian teachers and school leaders across all states and territories, primary and secondary schools, and government and non-government schools. The survey was about teachers’ use of time.
Teachers told us they are too stretched to do everything we ask of them. When teachers aren’t supported to do their jobs well, teaching quality suffers and students lose out.
Beyond preparation for effective teaching, 86% of teachers reported they didn’t have time for high-quality lesson planning.