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Netherlands: Compulsory professional registration for teachers
Membership of the Register of Teachers would become compulsory from 2017 under a new Bill. The Register began as an initiative of the Education Cooperative (Onderwijscoöperatie), a professional group established in 2011 by five major teaching unions and organisations. Registration has been voluntary since 2012 and is intended to indicate that members keep abreast of the latest developments in their field through regular professional development activity.
Also see further information (in English) on the Education Cooperative
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Last updated 13 March 2015