Attacks against Hyslop a disgrace

22nd January 2010 at 00:00

I note there are 405,000 trained teachers unemployed in England and Wales. Presumably, this was the fault of the then Scottish Education Secretary Fiona Hyslop as well.

Or do these figures just indicate that the relentless attacks on Ms Hyslop and the SNP Government over Scottish teacher figures, which are nowhere near as bad as those south of the border, was nothing more than a dishonest distortion of a UK-wide problem.

To force an education secretary out of her cabinet position as class sizes in Scotland dropped to their lowest ever level was nothing short of a disgrace.

QQ] David McEwan Hill, Tom Nan Ragh, Dalinlongart, Argyll.

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