Debts don't stop

28th April 2000 at 01:00
I HAVE had to resign from the teaching job that I have only been in for a term because I cannot afford to live near to the school, and I am pound;7,000 in debt.

My advice to those who will not receive training salaries is to conider it as part of their training, because there will be plenty of opportunities to be aggrieved about lack of funding when they are eventually employed.

Ali Gilbert

25 Salcombe Drive

Earley, Berkshire

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