Education reforms ‘could lead to headteachers being sued’



John Swinney’s education reforms will undermine work done to close the attainment gap and lead to headteachers being sued, local authority leaders have warned.
The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (Cosla) believe the Scottish Government’s plans will make teacher recruitment more difficult and create divisions between headteachers and councils.
In its submission to the Education Bill, Cosla warns they will create extra bureaucracy and put local democracy at risk.
The warning came as the EIS teaching union outlined its concerns with the Bill including its opposition to a Headteachers’... read more

 
31 January 2018 in Learning, Views: 173
Source: Scotsman
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