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News: Government to consider maths lessons to 18 for all pupils

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School types: All · School phases: Secondary, 16 Plus
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George Osborne has announced that the government will look into introducing maths lessons for all pupils up to the age of 18. However, the Labour Party has questioned the feasibility of the plans, pointing to the fact that many schools are struggling to recruit qualified maths teachers.

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