General Teaching Council For England - Composition of The Council

Composition of The Council

The GTC had 64 members. Elections to the council were made on a four year cycle, except the chair and vice chair of the council, which were elected annually. The GTC convened four times a year to discuss policy and regulation of the teaching profession. The GTC was composed of:

  • 25 members elected from GTC registered teachers
  • 9 members who are nominated by professional teaching organisations and trade unions
  • 17 members nominated through other teaching related organisations
  • 13 members nominated the GTC's public appointments procedure

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