Pioneering spirits

10th June 2005 at 01:00
The first group of 24 secondary student teachers from Dundee University to study part-time and by distance learning graduated last week. They were all in the shortage subjects of English, maths and physics - thus helping the Education Minister meet at least two of his objectives. By 2007, the university hopes to have 100 students on the course.

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