Some of England's teachers lack degrees in subjects they teach

Many school teachers in England do not have expertise in the subjects they teach, according to data from the Department for Education. Records show that relevant degrees or postgraduate qualifications are lacking among about 26.5% of maths teachers, 31% of physics teachers, 29% of geography teachers and 21% of English teachers. The data has generated concern over standards in the country's secondary schools.

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