Chartered College of Teaching Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Chartered College of Teaching's estimated annual revenue is currently $37.8M per year.(i)
  • Chartered College of Teaching's estimated revenue per employee is $198,000

Employee Data

  • Chartered College of Teaching has 191 Employees.(i)
  • Chartered College of Teaching grew their employee count by 20% last year.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal FundingValuation
#1
$11.5M716%N/AN/A
#2
$22.7M12619%N/AN/A
#3
$11.8M73-10%N/AN/A
#4
$52.5M2657%N/AN/A
#5
$330.6M131228%N/AN/A
#6
$28.9M14642%N/AN/A
#7
$6M4211%N/AN/A
#8
$15.7M87-34%$870.6KN/A
#9
$85.1M37825%N/AN/A
#10
$18.4M10234%N/AN/A

The Chartered College of Teaching is an independent chartered professional membership body, established to raise the status of the profession and put it on a par with other respected occupations offering chartered representation. Our aim is to support teachers gain the expertise they need to maintain genuine excellence – achieving the best outcomes for children and young people. The Chartered College combines teacher-led professional standards, a platform for knowledge mobilisation and a commitment to continuous professional development that underpins the professionalisation of teaching. We are an organisation that works in partnership with all associations, unions and learned societies to build on the best of practical pedagogy and leadership, combining this with existing and emerging research evidence. The Chartered College stands above party politics, speaking with authority based on evidence about professional issues related to inclusive teaching, curriculum and assessment. We shall represent the expertise of our members whilst always keeping the interest of, children, young people and adult learners at its heart. Holding the 365th Royal Charter, issued by the Privy Council in 1849, we are run by teachers for teachers and strive to support improvements in standards of teaching and learning. Membership is voluntary and offers a pathway of professional development to support teachers in their career. Covering all phases of education and subject specialisms, the Chartered College brings together a diverse community of teachers to share ideas and knowledge and provide an independent, authoritative voice for the teaching profession.

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191

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$37.8M

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20%

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Chartered College of Teaching News

2022-04-20 - Education must agree its purpose - or remain a polarised ...

As part of our teaching of children, we want them to recognise ... why we believe the Chartered College of Teaching should be a powerful...

2022-04-13 - W. Bruce Leslie '66 Celebrates the History of Princeton

... breathing life into the recently chartered College of New Jersey. ... though the teaching technique bearing his name lives on over two...

2022-04-06 - Teachers condemn 'offensive' and 'inaccurate' Fabricant ...

Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, said that Mr Fabricant's comments were “naive and wrong”.

2019-08-30 - Prestigious accolade for Glengormley educator

The principal of Glengormley High School, Mr Richard Massey, has been admitted as a Fellow into the Chartered College of Teaching, London.

2019-08-19 - Overworked and undervalued?

England's teachers are younger (an average of 39 years) than their ... chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, echoes these ...

Company NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
#1
$29.8M191-1%$50M
#2
$30.5M191N/AN/A
#3
$64.1M1911%N/A
#4
$47.9M191-6%N/A
#5
$31.5M19110%N/A