STUC to debate Millennium Review;In brief

20th February 1998 at 00:00
The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers has submitted a motion to April's STUC conference deploring the Millennium Review as "an unwelcome distraction from the real needs of Scottish education". Two NAS leaders, John Kelly, a former president, and Jack Duffy, the salaries convener, who are taking part in the review, will oppose the motion at the STUC.

"It is a healthy sign that we are not putting up a united front," Tino Ferri of the Scottish executive said. Mr Ferri dismissed Educational Institute of Scotland charges of inconsistency. "They are the experts," he said.

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