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25th October 2013 at 01:00

Nick Clegg demands that teachers in free schools in England are either qualified or almost qualified. Jings! Grateful to have @gtcs standards.

@ajcorrigan

Got an online #openuni tutorial tomorrow evening at the same time as the @British Bake Off final :(

@geekgirl77

See #sptc dubbed "interest-group piranha" in @TheScotsman last week #backhandedcompliment

@parents_sptc

Stuck on train outside Stirling. Backlog, apparently. We will need to sort out our infrastructure come the revolution.

@demipip

Think: "There is always someone who is worse off than me." Depending on your personality, this is either a) humbling or b) Schadenfreude.

@MooseAllain

An educating experience on the bus today - schoolchildren elucidating loudly on how to hack their parents' passwords so they can buy stuff on iTunes.

@candy179

Finnish lesson for Serbia #1: make your teachers leaders, not just followers.

@pasi_sahlberg.

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