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secondment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsecondmentse‧cond‧ment /sɪˈkɒndmənt $ -ˈkɑːnd-/ noun [singular, uncountable] British English 🔊 🔊 PERIOD OF TIMEa period of time that you spend away from your usual job, either doing another job or studyingon secondment (from something) 🔊 a government adviser, on secondment from the Metropolitan Police
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secondmentFor many teachers a business secondment breaks their personal career cycle of school, university to school.If you are considering going on secondment during term time it is obviously important to minimise disruption to the teaching programme.The secondment provided a change and the chance to move on.on secondment (from something)Many of the individuals in these entities are on secondment, or are fixed term appointments.If you are considering going on secondment during term time it is obviously important to minimise disruption to the teaching programme.Why should I have teachers on secondment?
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