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Students teaching maths at Scottish crisis school.

Students teaching maths at Scottish crisis school.

University students are being drafted in to help teach maths at an Edinburgh secondary school after a job advertisement to fill two vacancies failed to find anyone suitable for interview.

A Freedom of Information request by The Scotsman reveals Trinity Academy, whose maths teaching crisis led to angry exchanges between First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Tory leader Ruth Davidson at First Ministers Questions in the Scottish Parliament, received fewer than five applications.

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