A young boy born into the notorious poverty of Chicago's South Side contracts pneumonia. His mother, unable to care for him due to the unforgiving nature of her multiple jobs, sends him to live with his aunt and uncle. He never meets his father. Decades later, he founds a company called Oracle. Today, Larry Ellison's net worth registers somewhere in the mid £40-billions.
Every day LinkedIn feeds around the country clog with such rags-to-riches stories. While (arguably) inspirational, they always fail to answer the most important question: How?
Few reach the nosebleed heights of sextuple-digit salaries without a sturdy foundation of knowledge about business basics. If you're a Business Studies and Economics teacher inspired to empower your students, regardless of background, to achieve a success like the ones clogging your LinkedIn feed then please read on.
As demonstrated by its above average Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores, my 'Good' school works passionately to deliver its students from largely deprived backgrounds an inspirational education. They are seeking a Business Studies and Economics teacher to join their mission-focused, tight-knit and supportive team.
They are willing to offer the successful candidate a TLR, up to a Head of Department post.
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