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HEAD TEACHERS WARN OF FALLING CLASSROOM STANDARDS

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A survey of members of the National Association of Head Teachers reveals the uncertainty felt by teachers about fut...
A survey of members of the National Association of Head Teachers reveals the uncertainty felt by teachers about future standards in education, the Western Mail reports. (p5).

Of the Head teachers asked 29.1% anticipate a fall in quality of education in their schools with almost 60% of schools anticipating less per capita funding in real terms during 1993-94.

More than 30% of Head teachers forecast that they will not be able to deliver the National Curriculum effectively, partly because of worstening pupil teacher ratios.

The paper anticipates further problems for Welsh teachers who will have to cope with the fianancial uncertainty of unitary authorities, reports the Western Mail.
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