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December 2017

Vol. 101, Issue No. 06


Conversation Piece: Avis Glaze, International Council of Education Advisers

Assistant Secretary Andrea Bradley talked to Canadian educationalist Dr Avis Glaze about the perspective that she's developed on Scottish education over the course of her recent observations as an ICEA member. (Page 26) The full transcript of this interview can be downloaded here.


The Gwen Mayor Trust

The SEJ looks back at some projects across Scotland that benefitted from the support of the Gwen Mayor Trust over the past year. (Page 14)


Achieving Respect for All

Katie Rafferty, Director at respectme, Scotland's Anti-Bullying Service, profiles the work of the organisation and highlights the publication of the Scottish Government's new anti-bullying guidance, Respect for All, which was launched in November. (Page 19)


Page Scholarship 2017

This year's Walter Hines Page Scholar, Julie Ann McGhee, shares her experiences from her scholarship journey. (Page 22) 

Protecting Teacher Professional Standards

The EIS has highlighted its serious concerns over the Scottish Government's plans to disband the GTCS and to transfer its functions to a new Education Workforce Council whose members would be appointed rather than in part elected by the teaching profession as they currently are. (Page 20)



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