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Teachers

Volume 982: debated on Wednesday 2 April 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science whether the results of his Department's manpower model of the teaching profession which

TABLE 1
DIRECT EXPENSES AND REVENUE—FORECAST RESULTS 1980
Direct expensesRevenueContribution to indirect costs
£ million£ million£ million£ million
Inter-City290·4480·2189·8
London and South-East270·5374·4103·9
Other provincial services113·362·7(50·6)
PTE Services72·952·8(20·1)
747·1970·1293·7(70·7)
223·0 (a)
TABLE 2
INDIRECT COSTS
£ million£ million
Track, signalling and electric track equipment (freight and passenger):
Scottish Region61·3
Eastern Region128·4
London Midland Region151·4
Western Region62·6
Southern Region99·4
Headquarters and miscellaneous49·6
Total552·7
Less: costs charged to freight and parcels104·5
Total passenger448·2
Other (includes administration, depreciation and interest):
All business sectors420·1
Less: freight and parcels98·2
Passenger321·9
Total indirect costs (passenger)770·1 (b)

was used to assess the future total demand for teachers are now available; and if not, if he will make them available.

The model is currently being subjected to various tests on the basis of data from the 1977 secondary school staffing survey. Once it is operational my right hon. and learned Friend will consider releasing results from it.