Hit or miss by remote control

24th March 2000 at 00:00
I THINK I have found an e-education solution to the problem of teachers being observed in the classroom by Chris Woodhead's bootboys and their associates.

If every lesson was broadcast live on the Internet the head and anyone els interested could observe remotely with no physical presence required at all. Then Juke Box Jury-style, Millbank could vote each lesson a hit or a miss.

Keith Flett

38 Mitchley Road


London N17

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