What Labour is Proposing

This from British politics:

"If we are going to keep teachers and teaching assistants on the front line that means we are going to have to be disciplined on public sector pay, including in education."

...He went on to stress there were no plans to cut the number of teachers and teaching assistants, but said reductions could be made to the number of bureaucrats and senior staff without the quality of teaching suffering.

1 comment:

No one of importance said...

Well, it shouldn't take Balls (Mr. Balls, that is) to mention that it's more financially rewarding for schools to cut costs by pooling administrative resources instead of cutting teachers. It's just common sense. At lease someone out there is talking sense and getting heard.