Letter: Bill Clinton's inauguration

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Sir: The leader of a great industrial nation says: 'To have credibility, officials who make decisions affecting schools should spend more time in them . . . challenge adminstrators with the right questions, not burden them with intrusive meddling . . . consider how their public actions, comments and behaviour can fire up or immobilise an entire school system.'

Now the bad news. These are Bill Clinton's views, not John

Major's.

Yours sincerely,

CHRIS DUNNE

Headteacher

Langdon Park School

London, E14

18 January

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