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27th January 2012 at 00:00

TESScotland

Many teachers not revealing they have a disability. http:t.cocqI4YFjH

robfmac

Delighted to read about Sophie Galloway in @TESScotland. She was in one of my first S1 classes.

MrsKrabapple

@TESScotland Having listened to how teachers in staffrooms talk about certain "hidden disabilities", I would NEVER disclose mine.

TESScotland

Child abuse victim Dana Fowley talks for 1st time about how schools can protect victims of sexual and physical violence: http:t.coZtL5PMjE

LailaRisgallah

@TESScotland This also so rampant in Egypt. Silence #1 enemy. Speak out, please.

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