Buzz words;Jotter

3rd April 1998 at 01:00
"A voucher scheme." "Targeted to maximise potential." "Highest values." "Negotiations with potential sponsors." "Require no additional funding."

Sounds a familiar education committee item, doesn't it? In fact, we have strayed far beyond education into a report on the Gaiety Theatre summer season in Ayr.

It is good to see the arts can also profit from the richness of language and vision flowing from reformed local government into education.

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