Wednesday 12 July 2017


Her undercover film exposed anarchic classrooms.

The Powers-That-Be usually support the disruptive kids in the classroom.

In the UK, official data for 2017 shows that only 61% of 11-year-olds made the grade in reading, writing and maths national curriculum tests.

In 2016, 47% of pupils didn't meet expected standards


In Uganda, "eight out of every 10 primary school teachers who qualified last year can neither read nor solve basic primary-level mathematics questions..."

"The Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb), which conducted the nationwide assessment, reported that tutors at Primary Teacher Colleges."

Government admits 80% of teachers can't read - Daily Monitor

Things are not much better in the USA?

The potentially most inspiring school teachers are not always inclined to enter teaching or stay in teaching.

One of the main complaints by teachers is that the problem of disturbed and disruptive children is not being adequately dealt with.

There is "no support for discipline problems."

The 5 Biggest Reasons Why Teachers Quit the Profession






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At 13 July 2017 at 13:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

School reform far and wide:
Here in Switzerland, the so called School-Reform 21 is stipulating among other nonsense, that students with learning disabilities are integrated into regular classes. The former, relatively successful system, had these pupils grouped in special small classes, where they could be given more individual schooling according their limited abilities…
Now I hear, teachers are again tasked to teach to students of different age levels as in the 19th Century .. The resulting deteriorating results, as proven by the PISA overview, are nonchalantly downplayed by the political establishment from far left to far right.
The German opposition AfD is reporting, that they are witnessing exactly the same school procedures with the very same negative results.
We heard reports about Polish teachers demonstrating against their School-Reform 21.
Demonstrations obviously against the same nonsensical schooling system. (These demonstrations and the reason behind it are not discussed and ignored by the MSM/FakeNews)
When we all witness the same schemes (as with the ongoing abolishment of cash) all over Europe and the world, international nefarious thugs must be pulling the strings..
(911,666 US-Dollar-question: WHO EXACTLY COULD THIS BE???)
The late George Carlin did a very good explanation of the envisioned political target


At 13 July 2017 at 13:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe this is the main problem with education in the UK... ;)

At 14 July 2017 at 01:49 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

If BBC is depicting the profession „teacher“ as something for losers and former drug addicts, then they don’t seem to care very much for public education and are obviously considering a school system in disarray as something funny and negligible..

At 14 July 2017 at 03:51 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

send ur kids to die for the rich

At 14 July 2017 at 04:08 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Powers-That-Be usually support the disruptive kids in the classroom."

Too true, they need bad/negative ppl coz they are the easiest to dominate. Erase all good, keep the bad = NWO

At 14 July 2017 at 07:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 14 July 2017 at 08:01 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Technology in good hands does good things, in bad hands is destructive. The so-called humans are outdoing themselves when it comes to stupidity.

At 14 July 2017 at 08:41 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Started in 2007" my Aunt Fanny !

Successive governments for at least 50 years have deliberately fucked over the UK education system. As stated above, an uneducated population is much easier to control/poison/exploit/deceive.

At 14 July 2017 at 13:44 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is a worldwide issue and it goes way back. Read John Taylor Gatto - 'Dumbing us Down' and 'Weapons of Mass Instruction'. Charlotte Iserbyt - 'The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America'.

At 15 July 2017 at 16:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I second the mention of Charlotte Iserbyt. She has some terrific interviews on youtube. Worth watching.


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