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PGCE

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishPGCEPGCE /ˌpiː dʒiː siː ˈiː/ noun [countable] British English  (Postgraduate Certificate of Education) a course and examination in teaching done by someone who already has a university degree I came to Birmingham to do a PGCE.
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PGCEIn 1985 a conference of PGCE tutors drafted a description of a core curriculum whose status remains indefinite.The PGCE work takes place within the framework of the project.From September 1990 the School of Education will offer two-year part-time PGCE courses in teacher-training in science, mathematics or modern languages.
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