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Today's headlines: 28 october
In the news today: Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw has called for the teaching of spelling, punctuation and grammar to be reinforced at secondary level, the government has launched a new teacher recruitment advert, and the NUT claims schools are wasting money on teacher supply agencies.
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