Subscriber of the week - Paul Lindsay, business and computing teacher, Woodfarm High, East Renfrewshire

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What do people not know about your job that they should?

My subjects spark creativity and encourage students to demonstrate skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur.

Why did you start subscribing?

To keep in touch with changes in education and to look for opportunities to explore new teaching methodologies that I could use in my classroom.

Who reads your copy?

Colleagues in the business information technology faculty - we use TESS to discuss issues in Scottish education.

What else do you read regularly?

The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association's magazine, Teaching Scotland magazine, Sunday Herald.

What would you be excited to see on the front page?

Stories to remind colleagues that, even in the current economic climate, what we do makes a difference to young people's lives.

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