Wrong path

27th June 1997 at 01:00
The evaluation of the Pathways Project (TES, June 6) was undertaken by myself acting in an independent capacity and was not carried out by the school of education at the University of Nottingham. The Pathways evaluation was endorsed by the National Foundation for Educational Research which played a major role in the quantitative data analysis.

In addition, your article makes no reference to the enormous contribution made to the project by Malcolm Brigg previously of the Department for Education and Employment.

DR ALMA HARRIS Lecturer in education University of Nottingham

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