Off the record

26th September 2003 at 01:00
Psychologists (page six) were told by absent minister Peter Peacock through a billet-doux that he was delighted with their contribution to "special educational needs".

When the new term is "additional support for learning" and when they are desperate to broaden their work, the gathering was suitably miffed.

Some have invented a new term for part of their clientele: "the disinfected". Must be the close, one-to-one work.

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