What do we do about it?

20th November 1998 at 00:00
THE opinions expressed by your anonymous feature writer in Dear Mr Blunkett (TES, November 6) are exactly the same as my own. I can only add my support to everything said.

Mr Blunkett should be sure that these are, I think, similar to the views held by a large percentage of the teaching force. I only wish that we would turn these feelings into something more tangible, any suggestions?

Keith Brotherton 3 Avebury avenue Sherbourne Park

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