Scotsman’s education correspondent either fails basic grammar test or fakes level of support for attack on SNP government. Union leader lucky to get re-submission opportunity.

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John Robertson
Scotsman’s education correspondent either fails basic grammar test or fakes level of support for attack on SNP government. Union leader lucky to get re-submission opportunity.

(c) Seamus Searson Today, in the Scotsman, Stephen Emerson, claimed that: ‘Unions call for Scottish Government to abandon Education Bill’ and ‘The Bill would see sweeping reforms to the school system, including the introduction of a new Headteachers’ Charter, giving heads more power over the curriculum, recruitment and budgets. However, the move has been strongly opposed by teaching unions.’ but then bases his whole case on the forthcoming speech of one Union leader, of the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association (SSTA).…

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John Robertson
Scotsman’s education correspondent either fails basic grammar test or fakes level of support for attack on SNP government. Union leader lucky to get re-submission opportunity.