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‘Real concerns’ among universities over teacher training


Lords hear of frustration with “inadequacies” in ITT accreditation process

Universities have “many real concerns” about the government’s review of teacher training that saw several institutions lose their accreditation, peers have heard.

During a debate on initial teacher training (ITT) providers in the House of Lords on 5 December, Labour peer and University of Greenwich chancellor Paul Yaw Boateng urged the government to meet with vice-chancellors to discuss their worries about reforms to teacher training.

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