Cuts threaten PGCE courses

17th June 2011 at 01:00

Government cuts have forced seven PGCE courses to close, with dozens more under threat. Education Secretary Michael Gove has reduced the number of secondary trainees starting courses this September by almost 14 per cent, with business studies places down by 45 per cent, art by 40 per cent and music and RE by 30 per cent.

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