Survey: Teachers in Scotland concerned about curriculum overhaul

01/6/2014 | BBC

A survey of members of Scotland's largest teaching union finds that many are concerned about changes to fourth-year courses in the country's secondary schools. Changes include an overhaul of national qualifications, as well as differences in how fourth-year courses are taught. The Scottish Qualifications Authority has said it wants to work with teachers.

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