Wed 20 March 2013, The Independent

Too few qualified teachers mean one in 10 primary schools likely to miss language targets

By Richard Garner
A shortage of qualified teachers means that one in 10 primary schools believe they are unlikely to be able to deliver on the Government’s pledge to make learning a language compulsory for all seven-year-olds from next year. Related Stories Academics savage Education Secretary Michael Gove for 'conveyor-belt curriculum' 100 academics...
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