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SEJ April 2012

Vol. 96, Issue No. 02
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In this issue:

EIS Manifesto: local elections
The EIS has launched a Manifesto for Education ahead of Scottish local government elections. (Page 8).
 
Ronnie Smith retires
As he stands down as General Secretary after almost two decades, Ronnie Smith looks back over his time in the teaching profession and as an EIS activist and Official. (Page 12).
General Secretary - Ronnie Smith
 
McCormac discussions
EIS Assistant Secretary Drew Morrice takes a look at the history of the McCormac Review process, and looks ahead to the discussions on its recommendations. (Page 14).
 
FE: Griggs Response
EIS-FELA Salaries Convener Donny Gluckstein takes a detailed look at the possible implications of the Griggs Report on Further Education governance. (Page 16).
 

Instrumental Music Teaching
The Music Department at Lochaber High School (LHS) has achieved considerable interest in recent years due, in part, to the large number of prominent musicians who received music instruction at the school. (Page 18)