As Chris Woodhead says, pupil-teacher sex is indeed `experiential'. But so are war, crime and serious illness

french, SEAN
February 1999
New Statesman;02/12/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4423, p37
Reacts to Chris Woodhead's statement about affairs between teachers and pupils. Criticism on the term `experiential'; Reason teachers should not have affairs with their pupils.


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