Exactly so. My sources tell me his views as a member of the Management Board were totally at odds with those of secondary teachers I know. No exams for N4 pupils - not a problem! Then, when he did try to get changes, he was totally ignored. Hardly suprising. I am assuming he got the job because he was not directly connected with last year's sell out on the SNCT? Unlike people like Drew Morrice who seems to have paid the price for his involvement. Yet the people on the EIS Council who appointed LF were in it up to their hypocritical necks. John Pollock will be birling in his grave. Just my opinion.