1st September 2000 at 01:00
SO, Business in the Community is aiming to stop the re-invention of wheels by compiling a database that will show how their members' resources fit with the national curriculum (Business Links, TES, June 16). As our annual resource guide (mentioned in your artice) lists resources produced by industry for education, and provides information about age, curriculum subject, and more, is this not a wheel that already exists?

Heather Reid

Resources Plus,

Ringway House

Kelvin Road


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