On the wild side

15th September 2000 at 01:00
A letter was sent last month from Northern College to teacher regents about student placements. It ran: "Arrangements for session 2000-2001 will be the same as last session's with schools being responsible for arrangements for programmes of 'Wilder Aspects of School Experience' for which the college will provide guideines to ensure consistency of experience for every student."

A regent teacher in Glasgow is awaiting the guidelines with interest because he would like to be sure that all his students are consistently wild this year.

Or it may be that their school experience is intended by the college to be wide.


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