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October 03, 2003

You know it's garbage

I've just read this on the front page on the Telegraph's website:

Comprehensive shake-up The biggest shake-up in secondary education in Britain for almost 60 years has been announced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.

No, it isn't; no, it hasn't. I haven't even read the story. Why not? Because I know it's garbage. How many times have we heard the words "shake-up" and "biggest" in the same sentence over the past 6 years? Zillions, I should think. It never is. It's just another PR puff to cover up the fact that the government hasn't the slightest idea what it is doing. And in the Telegraph of all things. Wake up guys!


No it isn't and no it hasn't
Last Wednesday, I think it was, maybe Thursday, the government announced the biggest shake-up in secondary education since the last
Brian's Education Blog on October 6, 2003