NASUWT: Ministers increasingly desperate as their policies are exposed
Sunday, 13 May 2012
Commenting on the speech by Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove at a conference of private school headteachers at Brighton College today, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union said:
“Sadly the speech is just another increasingly desperate rant from the Secretary of State for Education.
“Coalition ministers are becoming more and more frantic as their flawed ideological policies, which are creating a lost generation of children and young people and plunging millions into poverty, are exposed.”
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