Sharpen up spiritual values

10th March 2000 at 00:00
THE ARMY is reported to be spending pound;2million on remedial education by chaplains, because new recruits lack understanding of values, and this is impairing military effectiveness.

Schools have a statutory dty to promote such development, but it seems that performance standards need improving.

Bertie Everard

Chairman

Development Training

Advisory Group

Welwyn Garden City, Herts


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