25 Years Ago

3rd May 1996 at 01:00
Even in these youth-worshipping days, the appointment of Dr Tom Bone as principal of the largest college of education in Britain - some say in Europe - is startling enough to deserve comment. But at 37 Tom Bone is a creature almost unique in the Scottish educational scene, a college of education lecturer who has won the respect of both academics and classroom teachers. Even students are prepared to admit that he practises what he preaches.

Tes Scotland, May 7, 1971

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