Dearing report and Higher Still reforms make strong case for compulsory registration of FE lecturers

10th October 1997, 1:00am

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Dearing report and Higher Still reforms make strong case for compulsory registration of FE lecturers

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The Dearing report and Higher Still reforms make an even stronger case for compulsory registration of FE lecturers, the General Teaching Council agreed at its meeting last week. Around one in five lecturers has no teaching certificate.

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