25 Years Ago

12th April 1996 at 01:00
The prospects of substantially easing the staffing position in Glasgow's secondary schools are bleak, says Mr J.T. Bain, the city's director of education, in a foreword to the education committee's progress report for 1967-70. The effect of raising the school leaving age, he says, will be the introduction of a variety of expedients which will call for even greater efforts from the staffs in the schools, and an increase in the number of posts of responsibility.

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