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What teacher shortage? The numeracy test stops trainees in their tracks

Discussion in 'Education news' started by Vince_Ulam, Nov 23, 2015.


Are teaching candidates getting more stupid?

  1. Yes, and I have no idea why.

  2. Yes, and I blame the national curriculum.

  3. Yes and I blame bad teaching.

  4. No. Just no.

  5. No, 21st Century teachers don't need to know that much.

  1. wanet

    wanet Star commenter

    Never heard it used that way. Something being refered to as 100% implies mathmatically that it could also be any other % as well. Otherwise it makes no sense to use it this way. So I still await your answer as to how for example you can be for example 12% wrong. If you can't then it is not appropriate to use 100%, as it wasn't in this case.
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  2. Vince_Ulam

    Vince_Ulam Star commenter

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