Fast-track proves more popular

18th April 2003 at 01:00
APPLICATIONS have more than doubled for the Government's teacher-training courses for high-flying graduates. "Fast track" candidates are up from 906 last year to 2,045. Officials are hoping between 320 and 400 will eventually start courses in September, compared to only 117 in 2002.

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