Originally posted by Peter Inson at 10:13, January 26 2013
So both teachers and universities are agreed in their opposition to Michale Gove’s proposed reforms of A-levels.
If they believe that they system that they operate is best, why don’t they ignore the Secretary of State.?
If they can produce something they believe is better for their charges why do they not introduce it?
If they think the Secretary is wrong do they think they have a moral obligation to implement something better.
Are they prepared to initiate a public petition of the House of Commons which would indicate the extent to which parents and other members of the public trust them rather than politicians?