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CoSLA. Proposal to change role of Scottish teachers

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by x1x1x1x1, Jun 2, 2011.


  1. <font size="3">"The primary role for a teacher should not be to teach children but should be articulated in terms of ensuring the development, well-being and safety of children."</font><font size="3"></font> This is new territory for everyone involved in education and must be subjected to the greatest degree of scrutiny and debate.t



     

  2. <font size="3">"The primary role for a teacher should not be to teach children but should be articulated in terms of ensuring the development, well-being and safety of children."</font><font size="3"></font> This is new territory for everyone involved in education and must be subjected to the greatest degree of scrutiny and debate.t



     
  3. I think it's crucial to remember that this someone is not just anyone. This someone is the employer.
    With vandals like these gleefully dismantling the education system while the electorate stands aside and lets them get away with it, public education in Scotland is doomed.
     

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