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Teacher 'helped pupils cheat' BRITAIN TODAY: EDUCATION.

A TEACHER at an independent school once attended by the Prince of Wales was struck off for sending an email to pupils about topics in an exam.

Eric Tessier-Lavigne, who taught French language classes at Gordonstoun school, was accused of emailing pupils about oral exams last year, the General Teaching Council for Scotland heard. He sent emails which included the words "for your eyes only" and "destroy after reading" to pupils but the teacher said the language was "theatrical hyperbole".
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 28, 2010
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