Hello all, after many years in a different field, I recently turned my efforts to securing some experience working as a TA in a secondary school prior to applying for a PGCE (English). As it turns out, I landed a job as Librarian in a small secondary (apologies to the qualified Librarian I replaced). Perfect! I am now torn as to whether to pursue a teaching career or an MA in library science. This is not why I am posting though. I have just started attending some classes as a TA and today was appalled by what I heard in the classroom. The subject was Shakespeare’s life and times. If you can spot the errors in the following, then I want your advice: Mary, Queen of Scots was Elizabeth Tudor's sister The Spanish Armada was the English fleet that fought the Spanish The Anglo-Spanish Wars were over ‘some land or something’ James VI/I was a Catholic These statements (just a few of many similar ones) were made by the teacher! I really don’t want to cause umbrage with said teacher (also my manager) by pointing out all the erroneous points they made, but I fear for the education of the kids. What would you do? Does it matter?