25th June 2004 at 01:00
Rachel Gibbons, a retired maths teacher and inspector, wishes to point out that the headline to her Talkback article that appeared in the May 7 issue was misleading; the tenor of her piece was that the educational potential of pupils' trips abroad in term time can only be extended if legislation encourages teachers to be more flexible in their approach.

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