Trojan Togetherness

19th November 2004 at 00:00
We think we have discovered the source of North Lanarkshire Council's drive to establish shared campuses. The Trojan horse appears to be Glasgow University's education faculty which is responsible for training Catholic teachers.

Final-year students gathering in the faculty recently were greeted by the legend: "Children that learn together learn to live together." Relentless faculty research unearthed the original in the University of Iowa.

No doubt Catholic Church reps on council education committees, who were at the same event, will be working out what it all means.

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