Wednesday, May 31, 2006

The Ambassador for Random Drug -Testing

Peter WalkerThe government has made its most ludicrous appointment yet (the "drugs tsar" doesn't even come close). A headteacher that introduced random drug-testing at his secondary school is to advise other schools:

Mr Walker, who has been appointed as an adviser to help schools throughout England to implement the scheme, said that 86 per cent of parents at his 960-pupil school had signed up to the programme in January 2005. No pupil was forced to take part, but if they refused, their parents were called in.

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