Almost half of the developed world’s school systems allocate more teachers per pupil to disadvantaged schools than they allocate to more affluent schools, according to new data from the PISA study. But those pupils’ science teachers are less qualified than those in more advantaged areas.
Read more on the IOE London Blog: https://ioelondonblog.wordpress.com/2018/06/14/disadvantaged-pupils-have-less-qualified-science-teachers-across-the-developed-world-and-other-findings-from-pisa/
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