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News: QTS to be replaced with "more challenging accreditation"

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The DfE has set out plans to replace qualified teacher status (QTS) with another, more rigorous, qualification. The new accreditation will be based on teachers' performance in the classroom over a longer period, with a focus on their level of subject knowledge.

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