“Moratorium on education changes” plea - SSTA teaching union



Secondary school teachers have voted overwhelmingly for a moratorium on change in education policies for a minimum of three years in Scotland to counter the “almost continuous change” of the last ten years.
The vote at the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association’s (SSTA) 73rd annual congress today in Crieff, in Perthshire, follows a speech by the association’s general secretary Seamus Searson in which he said “the way teachers are treated is nothing less than systematic abuse.”
Janine McCulloch, head teacher at Hillside school, Aberdour, and a member of the national executive committee,... read more

 
19 May 2017 in Politics, Views: 40
Source: Scotsman
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