English teachers remain among the most sceptical about Higher Still

26th January 2001 at 00:00
English teachers remain among the most sceptical about Higher Still with fewer than half (46 per cent) supporting its introduction either mildly or strongly.

In other subjects, the proportion is 56 per cent of business studies, economics and computing teachers, 45 per cent in creative ats, 65 per cent in engineering and technology, 73 per cent in home economics, hospitality and tourism, 55 per cent in languages, 68 per cent in mathematics, 43 per cent in physical education, 66 per cent in sciences and 68 per cent in social subjectssciences.

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