Power lunch pupils

10th October 1997 at 01:00
You have to be fast to keep ahead of primary 7. A Glasgow teacher set a finding-out exercise, fondly expecting her charges would go home after school and look up the answers. But one bright spark went home for lunch and used the Internet to complete the project. Worse, the teacher had not had time to find out the answers herself.

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