Best of Ted

30th January 2004 at 00:00
With his trademark sharp-shooting wit, TES columnist Ted Wragg takes deadly aim at a string of deserving targets in Education,Education, Education: the best bits of Ted Wragg. In seven issue-focused chapters, this collection of regular articles from 1998 to the present day will provide a welcome tonic to those who don't know whether to laugh or cry at the latest hare-brained education initiative.

The book is published today by RoutledgeFalmer in association with The TES and costs pound;12.99. But Friday has 25 copies, signed by the man himself, to give away. To be in with a chance of winning one, send your name and address, and your preferred dedication, on a postcard or by email to the address on the right marked Ted offer. The first 25 entries drawn on February 5 will win.

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