Fact or fiction

2nd May 2008 at 01:00
45 Average number of hours that special school teachers work per week.Average number of hours that special school teachers work per week
45

Average number of hours that special school teachers work per week.

Source: Office of Manpower Economics (2007)

"Paris Hilton."

A primary pupil remembers the name of the female United States presidential candidate.

48.7

Average number of hours that secondary school teachers work per week.

Source: Office of Manpower Economics (2007)

"Miss, can you milk a chicken?"

A Year 11 pupil gets a little confused.

51.5

Average number of hours that primary school teachers work per week.

Source: Office of Manpower Economics (2007)

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