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Ethnic minority recruitment worries

MORE would-be teachers from ethnic minorities are failing to get postgraduate training places - despite a recruitment drive to attract them to the profession.

The proportion of black applicants who failed to get places n postgraduate certificate in education courses rose from 53 per cent in 1997 to 58 per cent last year. The proportion of unplaced white candidates dropped over this time.

Full story, TES jobs section, page 3

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