Early in the 21st century, Scotland needed teachers, not because of a problem related to staffing levels, but as a consequence of a commitment by the Scottish Government to reduce class sizes in order to improve the level of teacher service provided to our secondary school pupils.
|Agency: MediaCom Scotland/Newhaven Communications||Authors: Charlie Crawford and Ken Dixon|
Scottish Executive – The great Scottish teacher round-up
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