Dads and Sons literacy campaign

August 2002
Education (14637073);8/9/2002, Issue 66, pN.PAG
Presents news briefs related to education in Great Britain as of August 9, 2002. Support given by retailer Comet for the DfES Dads and Sons literacy campaign; Prison sentence faced by a teacher who gave stolen GSCE papers to her pupils the night before their exam.


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