Stop right there: the learning limbo land

4th March 2011 at 00:00

Isn't it interesting how the level of achievement varies with subject? Either physicists, mathematicians and chemists are losers or these subjects are harder, and one shouldn't measure a future teacher's worth solely on the class of degree (or even A-level grade) obtained.

David Getling


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