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Education: Good report for teacher-trainers

by John Howson

THE recent report from the Edu­ca­tion Select Committee at Westmin­ster, Great Teachers: Attracting, train­ing and retaining the best, is good news for the church universities.

As providers of teacher-preparation courses, for both gradu­ates and undergraduates, the church uni­versi­ties will have welcomed the select committee’s view that “part­ner­ship between schools and uni­versities is likely to provide the highest-quality initial ...

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