Who teaches geography?

Johnston, Ron
April 1995
Geography;Apr95, Vol. 80 Issue 347, p192
Academic Journal
Ponders on several issues concerning the teaching of geography in schools in England. Lack of a post-A-level qualification for geography teachers; Concern on schools' involvement of non-geography teachers in geography teaching.


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