Blame the victim;Inside

2nd April 1999 at 01:00
EDUCATION lecturer Bernard Barker examines the human cost of inspection through the story of Anna, a teacher whose school was closed after being put on special measures.

He says: "Like the victims of torture, Anna has been isolated, made to feel ashamed and responsible for her own humiliation."

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