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Dulwich head retires after sex inquiry

LOUISE JURY

Dulwich head's tenure ends amid morass of innuendo

School scandal: Parents remain deeply concerned at the handling of sex allegations by Dulwich College

Dear Governors

As the board of governors of Dulwich College meets to decide whether to reinstate its head, whom they have cleared of sexual harassment allegations, a group of parents offer some advice

Headmaster is cleared of sexual harassment

VICKY WARD

Grant to oldest gallery lifts threat of closure

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Dear Dulwich College governors

A rap on the knuckles for the governing body of an august institution which seems to have forgotten about fair play and the presumption of innocence

Disgraced head 'had no one to turn to'

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SAME OLD PONG

Dulwich head suspended

JOJO MOYES

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Obituary: Professor Raymond Wilson

Raymond Wilson, writer, educationalist: born 20 December 1925; English master, Dulwich College 1957-61, Chief English Master 1961-65; Lecturer in English Education, Southampton University 1965-68; Professor of Education, Reading University 1968-89 (Emeritus), Chairman of the School of Education 1969-76, 1980-89; married Gertrude Russell (two sons, one daughter); died Reading 21 March 1995.

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