Most schools take CPD seriously, yet some teachers are still being subjected to humiliating and demoralising behaviour from those who are supposed to be helping them learn the ropes
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The lack of joined-up research on the benefits of joined-up handwriting has led to the tide turning against the cursive style, as the latest official literacy guidance attests. Kate Parker reports
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