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Silly season – Michael Gove interview

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Grammar school education for all, ethos is what counts, bring back David Davies, Simon Heffer is wrong, oh and Liam Fox would make a good PM.

Err, Mr. Gove , we cannot talk about altering the supply side of education and offering a grammar school experience to all, unless we have at the outset sufficient grammar school qualified teachers to go round – and we don’t.

The whole point of stretching the ability of the brightest pupils was to extend the aspirations of all through selection, and that included the staff.

You can tell its “silly season“.

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Written by curly

August 3, 2009 at 10:24 am

Posted in Conservative, Education, News, politics

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  1. But the idea was to get all education up to grammar school standards, the idea was grammar schools would go, secondary modern would be up to standard, it’s not been. We have a school in my area it has no playing fields and no play grounds, it’s been sold off for housing for other things so get money to put into a school which was build in 1868 it’s falling to bits, what did the council do closed down a school build in 1960 and moved the kids to the old school because it was bigger.


    August 3, 2009 at 10:32 am

  2. how can you take seriously a man with a face like a well slapped arse!

    I Albion

    August 3, 2009 at 9:29 pm

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