Simon Birmingham says unis should only admit students likely to pass government’s literacy and numeracy test

Students with dismally poor high school results are being accepted into university teaching courses, setting off alarm bells about the quality of some Australian educators.

The university sector, however, says low scores do not tell a student’s full story and only represent a tiny number of teaching admissions.

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