Fake work penalty

16th March 2007 at 00:00
A teacher who faked his pupils' coursework has been struck off for 12 months. England's General Teaching Council found Nicholas Mangnall, who taught IT at Penketh High School, in Warrington, guilty of unacceptable professional conduct. Mr Mangnall was also recommended to undergo further training before returning to the profession.

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