Teachers in DfE survey stand up for EBacc RE
A SURVEY of the impact of the English Baccalaureate,
commissioned by the Department for Education (DfE) and published
last week, suggests that teachers in all types of school see
religious studies as an academically rigorous subject that should
have been recognised as one of the humanities options.
Ipsos Mori researchers sought the views of 618 teachers involved
with GCSE candidates. Many queried RE's exclusion from the EBacc,
which in some cases affected take-up of the subject. ...
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