27th July 2001 at 01:00
Ted Wragg is off-target when writing about re-inventing the wheel ("Sorry ideas aren't appropriate", TES, July 13).

I see a much better example of wheel re-invention in the news that researchers in Canada have discovered the benefits of a "human rights curriculum" ("Rights lessons reduce bullying", TES, July 13). Strange that respect for others' rights has been the basis of the world's main religions for centuries.

Mr RM Lane 24 Fairview Avenue Prestatyn, Denbighshire

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