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Slightly less assessments, more checks on teachers
As a student thats just come out of school I know if there were less assessments and teachers were less controlled in what they taught us then everyone would learn ALOT less. I think reducing the amount of assessments slightly is ideal and modelling our education system around what trades and universities are looking for and are like would be more ideal. I also think that what teachers teach students should be more standard across the board and they should be checked MORE often because teachers make the biggest difference to a students education. Teachers should be paid more and the role should be more highly valued and sort after.
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