Class sizes

21st May 2004 at 01:00
"Ghetto" subjects with class sizes of up to 33 will emerge because of the drive to cut the size of English and maths classes in S1 and S2, Bill Fitzpatrick, East Ayrshire, said. Modern languages and social subjects teachers would have bigger workloads, fewer staff and less pay.

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