Creatures from the black lagoon

October 2012
ATA News;10/23/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p2
Academic Journal
This section offers news briefs in the education sector including a survey by Oregon State University researchers showing one of four science teachers releasing invasive lab animals into the environment after using them for instruction, Qaws Quzah's article on the history of the petrol bomb which included details and instruction on how to make one and a statement by Sir Michael Wilshaw to Future Leaders conference delegates on adopting a maverick character.


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