State teachers' 'betrayal' is nothing of the sort

23rd October 2009 at 01:00

It is with dismay that I may consider private education for my daughter; certainly not to avoid either the teachers or pupils in state schools, but to avoid the current destructive system if nothing changes in the next 10 years. There must be many teachers who remain working under this regime to try to mitigate the damage to their own pupils. To find out more, Ms Levenson should read the Alexander Review.

Name and address supplied, State school teacher.

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