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March 22, 2002

Smart cards and zigzags: Scotland's radical proposals for lifelong learning.

The science of dyslexia - Kathleen Taylor investigates.
Plus: "It is not simply a case that some students are bored with their course and turn off. They never turned on in the first place" - Frank Furedi looks at the informal dropouts.

Ian Wilmut reviews an inside story of the human genome project.
Books focus: Psychology and psychiatry.

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