Michael Gove vs Reality

Short video from the NASUWT documenting education secretary Michael Gove's long struggle with reality.

Short video from the NASUWT documenting education secretary Michael Gove’s long struggle with reality.

13 Responses to “Michael Gove vs Reality”

  1. gove for pm

    didn’t watch it, but as the teaching unions are against him, he must be doing something right.

  2. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  3. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  4. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  5. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  6. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  7. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  8. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  9. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  10. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  11. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  12. M2

    Interesting interpretation of “Reality”

    The teaching unions airily brush aside claims of decline in British education standard and explains that the decline of the UK ranking in the PISA study was due to the inclusion of new countries. This is a lie.

    Take Math as an example. The UK dropped from 4th place in 2000 to 28th in 2009. There are 10 countries not included in the 2000 study which performed better than the UK in the 2009 study. The remaining difference is due to the UK falling behind countries which we previously outperformed. These countries include – Liechtenstein (2000 ranking – 25), Switzerland (19), Canada (5), New Zealand (6), Belgium (18), Australia (7), Germany (21), Iceland (21), Denmark (23), Norway (13), France (12), Austria (8), Poland (22), Sweden (10) and the Czech Republic (11)

    Other areas of the PISA study show the same trend – that the UK is falling behind its competitors

    It is astonishing that the teaching union is showing no sense of urgency and rejected every single change.

    No wonder even traditional state school supporters like Diane Abbott has to put her own children to public schools

  13. harry potter

    racist greasy pole climbers like Dianne Abbott may or may not have supported state schools. it’s hard to tell. whatever they say is just designed to maximise their own income. it was what she said when she was trying to get a safe effnic seat.

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