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TAs: only a research-policy-practice trialogue will lead to evidence-based policy-making

Rob Webster The economists are at it again! This time last year, the Reform think tank outlined cost-saving measures that, it claimed, could be made without damaging pupils’ education. Chief among them was cutting the number of teaching assistants (TAs)

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