We could start losing teachers to B

18th June 2004 at 01:00
As if recruitment problems weren't bad enough, we could start losing teachers to Bamp;Q. A new breed of teacher is emerging - the whiteboard-wise teacher. And don't want to work anywhere unless they have their own whiteboards. Offline had heard this from a number of usually reliable sources but was unconvinced. Was it hyperbole? No, it's true. A Manchester teacher, demonstrating the joys of Promethean's ActivStudio software to Online actually pledged, "When I move, I will only go to a school where I am provided with my own whiteboard. I would rather work in Bamp;Q than a classroom without a whiteboard."

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