What do you do?
Senior lecturer in applied social sciences, University of Strathclyde.
How long have you subscribed?
About six years.
Who reads your copy?
My niece, who is a BEd student at Glasgow University.
What do you read first?
I flick through the entire paper, then go back to features that relate to my work.
What should there be more of in TESS?
Analysis of the approaches to aspects of education and children's services in the rest of the UK.
Who would you like to see writing in TESS?
Neurologist Dr Bruce Perry on the implications of brain development.
What would you like to see on the front page?
"Statistics show attainment of looked-after children improved for third year running."
What is TESS?
As a specialist, it keeps me in touch with education more generally.