20 September 2009

It's the mad, staring eyes - again

If you were a teacher (in England) or a parent, would you feel confident about this man being in charge of schools?
Education spending could be cut by £2bn by axing thousands of senior staff and restraining pay, the schools secretary for England has indicated.
Ed Balls, the first minister to suggest possible cost-cutting moves, told the Sunday Times one option was to merge comprehensives to form "federations".
It's enough (well almost) to make you think fondly of our own dear Ms Hyslop.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Balls becoming Labour leader post-brown will be a godsend for the SNP. The man and his fragrant wife are reviled by anyone with a social conscience.