Let teachers teach

2nd February 2001 at 00:00
Daily Mail

MOST teachers are pretty good at helping children learn. But few have much talent as administrators or accountants. If they could get on with what they really shie at, schools could manage with a smaller complement. Four-day weeks, golden hellos and handcuffs, and importing teachers from abroad is simply treating the symptoms.

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