Monday, 1 June 2015

Unqualified Teachers Needed to Boost State Schools

When Michael Gove was Secretary of State for Education he had many ideas for improving state schools in England. One of these was to allow unqualified teachers to work in state schools. His argument was that private schools could employ unqualified teachers, so why not allow the same in state schools. These unqualified teachers would bring "much needed academic excellence".  He said that qualified teachers were objecting to this because they wanted to deprive poor children of the better teaching enjoyed in private schools.This idea became law.

We wanted to see some of this excellence at work and after much searching managed to find a great example of an unqualified teacher at work, sharing his academic excellence with a class.

So now you can judge for yourself. Your local children can enjoy this sort of excellence in a state school near you.

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