25 Years Ago

26th April 1996 at 01:00
Parents want their children taught, and while guidance and leisure might profit if the proposals of the SED Green Paper on secondary promotion were carried out, teaching would suffer. This is the view of Midlothian headteachers, communicated via the director to the education committee - and the committee has concurred.

TES SCOTLAND, APRIL 30, 1971.

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