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Strike 'to shut dozens of schools'

Post  Admin on Mon Apr 21, 2008 4:14 am

Anyone remember that twit who stood up there on his platform and pledged "Education - Education - Education ", as what he and his party believed in, now what was his name?

This week we see three different words up there in front of us, they are "Strike - Strike - Strike", and it will be our children who will suffer.

Is there anything this hopeless Government can get right?

Dozens of schools will close when teachers stage their first national strike for 21 years on Thursday, it has been reported.

The Guardian has polled local authorities on how many schools could be affected by the walkout over pay.

Twenty-five were able to give concrete figures and revealed 136 would close for the day.

The worst affected areas will be Suffolk and Cheshire with 28 closures each, the newspaper says.
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Re: Strike 'to shut dozens of schools'

Post  chewbacca on Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:27 am

Admin wrote:Anyone remember that twit who stood up there on his platform and pledged "Education - Education - Education ", as what he and his party believed in, now what was his name?

This week we see three different words up there in front of us, they are "Strike - Strike - Strike", and it will be our children who will suffer.

Is there anything this hopeless Government can get right?

Dozens of schools will close when teachers stage their first national strike for 21 years on Thursday, it has been reported.

The Guardian has polled local authorities on how many schools could be affected by the walkout over pay.

Twenty-five were able to give concrete figures and revealed 136 would close for the day.

The worst affected areas will be Suffolk and Cheshire with 28 closures each, the newspaper says.

My children are grown up now, so I don't get to hear too much about this sort of thing, but I still think it is disgusting.

Our children are our future, how can anyone treat them so badly?

Standards of education have fallen so much over the last 10 years, just so this terrible government can boast of more pupils passing exams. Anyone could pass their dumbed down exams now, they are using our children as political pawns.
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