Quotes of the Week

9th November 2012 at 00:00

"Allocating money to encourage teachers to pursue a master's-level qualification, while closing down an internationally acclaimed (chartered teacher) programme that encouraged master's-level study, is an irony that will not be lost on Scottish teachers."

Larry Flanagan, EIS general secretary, on the government's allocation of #163;3 million to support master's-level study

"It insults students' intelligence to insist that they must be protected from extreme views."

Lucy Snow, editor of Leeds University's student paper, defends the decision to run an interview with BNP leader Nick Griffin.

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