Trainee teachers face tougher English and maths tests
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Trainee teachers face tougher English and maths tests

London : United Kingdom | Oct 26, 2012 at 2:12 AM PDT
Source: Guardian Unlimited
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Frank Baron for the Guardian People wanting to become teachers will have to complete English essays and answer questions on maths topics including algebra before they can start training, it has been announced. Ministers have unveiled details of plans to overhaul tests taken by prospective teachers,... FULL ARTICLE AT Guardian Unlimited
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