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Help with statistics/dissertation

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mrtaylor001, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. Hi everybody [​IMG]
    I am currently researching the shortage of male teachers in both primary and EYF for my dissertation. I have read numerous articles which refer to statistics provided by the TDA. However, I cannot seem to source such information now that the TDA website has gone. I have looked at the Dept. Education website.
    If anybody could signpost me in the right direction I'd be really grateful.
    Many thanks for reading this newbie post.
    Mr T
    {:mad:>
     
  2. Hi everybody [​IMG]
    I am currently researching the shortage of male teachers in both primary and EYF for my dissertation. I have read numerous articles which refer to statistics provided by the TDA. However, I cannot seem to source such information now that the TDA website has gone. I have looked at the Dept. Education website.
    If anybody could signpost me in the right direction I'd be really grateful.
    Many thanks for reading this newbie post.
    Mr T
    {:mad:>
     

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