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John Swinney has warned that schools could further reduce the subjects they offer if pupils studying different qualifications are no longer taught in the same class. 

The Education Minister warned the "unintended consequence" of schools cutting back on controversial 'multi-level' classes could be pupils being barred from studying the courses they want.

With the education system suffering from dire teacher shortages, he told an education conference that two or more qualifications may have to be taught in the same class "to maximise the choices that are available."

But a deputy headteacher told him teachers must be allowed to "teach one class at one level" if the huge attainment gap between poor...

John Swinney has warned that schools could further reduce the subjects they offer if pupils studying different qualifications are no longer taught in the same class. 

The Education Minister warned the "unintended consequence" of schools cutting back on controversial 'multi-level' classes could be pupils being barred from studying the courses they want.

With the education system suffering from dire teacher shortages, he told an education conference that two or more qualifications may have to be taught in the same class "to maximise the choices that are available."

But a deputy headteacher told him teachers must be allowed to "teach one class at one level" if the huge attainment gap between poor...

John Swinney has warned that schools could further reduce the subjects they offer if pupils studying different qualifications are no longer taught in the same class. 

The Education Minister warned the "unintended consequence" of schools cutting back on controversial 'multi-level' classes could be pupils being barred from studying the courses they want.

With the education system suffering from dire teacher shortages, he told an education conference that two or more qualifications may have to be taught in the same class "to maximise the choices that are available."

But a deputy headteacher told him teachers must be allowed to "teach one class at one level" if the huge attainment gap between poor...

John Swinney has warned that schools could further reduce the subjects they offer if pupils studying different qualifications are no longer taught in the same class. 

The Education Minister warned the "unintended consequence" of schools cutting back on controversial 'multi-level' classes could be pupils being barred from studying the courses they want.

With the education system suffering from dire teacher shortages, he told an education conference that two or more qualifications may have to be taught in the same class "to maximise the choices that are available."

But a deputy headteacher told him teachers must be allowed to "teach one class at one level" if the huge attainment gap between poor...