While students could help each other during instances like this, it is still the best to leave the teaching to those who are qualified and well-trained to teach.
Its been a little while since I let out a good blog!! This isn’t because of a lack of reasons to get on the proverbial soapbox and have a good rant, but because I have just been a busy bee, so for that I apologies. To make up for it, this will be the first of two posts today. Lets start with getting this pile of horse off my chest!
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“Rallies are a reality in the UK education system. This blog tells why students resort to protest on the streets.”
In the coming days, students in the United Kingdom will be holding more protest rallies. They will be the continuation of the campaigns they started at the end of last year which is only a month ago. Their specific concerns include the privatisation of student loans, very high tuition fee, stagnant education services, the relevant issue around them which is the discrimination against cleaning staff, low salaries of school staff and faculty and even their right to hold protests.
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How would you ensure that students are getting quality education? There are many factors to consider and to weigh in to make sure that students are really primed to be educated the right way and in the right place. One of these factors is having quality teachers.
Typically, governments and their regulating education agencies or departments would want to heighten the level by raising teachers standard.
In the United Kingdom, the Labour Party is planning to license teachers in a bid to raise new standards. Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt wants to resurrect a plan that the previous administration had. Read the rest of this entry