Reveal the ID of 'roaming enigma'

3rd November 2006 at 00:00
With tongue very much in cheek, Keith Flett (TES, Letters, October 27) argues that "the roaming enigma" who turns out bravado performances in school after school to fool inspectors should be named and shamed. I disagree. He or she ought to be named and "famed".

Professor Colin Richards

Spark Bridge


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