Suspicious Hart;In Brief

5th January 1996 at 00:00
* "The ingrained suspicion and near hostility of an influential section of EIS opinion against parents' organisations persists.

"If the teachers and parents' organisations are not at one another's throats they will 'gang up' against the Government."

(SED memo to Judith Hart, November 1965)

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