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Partnership helps educators find jobs

The Guardian and Promethean announced a strategic partnership at Bett 2013 to post job listings for educators on Promethean Planet, an online community of 1.5 million members.
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The Guardian and Promethean announced a strategic partnership at Bett 2013 to post job listings for educators on Promethean Planet, an online community of 1.5 million members.

The Guardian Teacher Network job listing features hundreds of new jobs from schools in the UK and across the world. The listing is updated daily and can be searched by job role or location.

The two companies also agreed to open the Guardian Teacher Network of over 100,000 pages of free teaching resources for all age groups and for all major subjects to all Promethean Planet members.

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