Not sure if any of you saw 'The Pledge' on Sky News last night. There was a discussion about teachers' workload. Journalist Carole Malone insisted it isn't excessive and cited a study out this week that indicated that the hours teachers work each week hasn't changed for the last 25 years and therefore the workload has not got worse. Why do some people outside of the profession still think that workload is not an issue and is not getting worse? Is this why governments never do anything about it - because they genuinely think it's not a problem, rather than agree it is but decide not to do anything about it? The first 60 seconds sum up her argument!