Education watchdogs have called for urgent action to improve the standards of maths being taught in schools across Wales. It follows a report showing that pupils here are falling well behind standards being set in England.
The report by Estyn calls for better teaching, assessments and staff training to catch up with standards in other parts of Britain. It highlight's much good practice but concludes there is "too little support for the professional development of teachers of mathematics." Alexandra Lodge reports.
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