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September 2008
Education (14637073);9/12/2008, Issue 324, p5
The article presents British education news briefs. The General Teaching Council in Wales will replace school inspections for reviews done by teachers. Reports indicate that the number of underachieving secondary schools in England is falling. Vice-chancellor for the University of Cambridge, Alison Richard, says that the government should not hold university's responsible for encouraging social justice.


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