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Teacher training held back by red tape

A study has found that academics who train teachers spend 100 days a year completing "ineffective" paperwork. Staff at the Universities' Council for the Education of Teachers said the "red tape" was hampering their work and are calling for an overhaul of bureaucracy.

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