Teacher: England's educators are not guilty of favouritism

08/5/2009 | Guardian (London), The

A study reveals that teachers' pets are most common in England, but former teacher Michele Hanson writes that in her 25 years in the classroom, she never experienced that problem. In a column, Hanson writes that teachers tend to appreciate students who do their work, but they go out of their way not to show favouritism in class.

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