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Which all means changes have to be made at a slower rate than the parliamentary cycle; which politicians won't heed.

But then Gove hadn't a clue and seemingly doesn't care either. Each parliament IMO should get chance to make one change - presented to parliament with optional amendment suggested by third parties (unions, parent groups, students). Let them go the Lords to win the right to make a further proposal to parliament.

That should at least slow them down enough to allow teachers to weave something useful out of the crap that they can enhance over a couple of years before the next half-wit comes along and arses it all up.




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