'Slow progress' with newcomers

1st February 2013 at 00:00

The author of a report on tackling attendance and behaviour problems in Welsh schools has criticised the "painfully slow and disappointing" progress in training teachers. Professor Ken Reid told a cross-party group of Assembly members that most staff were in the same position now as when the National Behaviour and Attendance Review report was published almost five years ago.

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