England's children decline 'significantly' in science tests
08/12/2020 | news | education | 418
International school tests have Singapore at top, with England down in science but up in maths.
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08/12/2020 10:54:48 85 9
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I'm sorry it is not about the quality of the teaching, but the populations attitude to education. The difference in the table is to do with attitude, not aptitude.
Consider private education for your children and grandchildren - oh dear you cannot afford it.

You voted for the Tory Trumpist BrexiteEr government that facilitates a future by way of private education for their kids and not your kids.
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08/12/2020 11:16:11 0 0
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I'm a science teacher in the state sector! (I know I missed the apostrophe btw!!!)
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08/12/2020 12:36:18 3 3
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Many put their Children into Private schooling do NOT come from wealthy backgrounds & make incredible sacrifices to do so, others choose to spend their money on the latest Car, House, mobile device or Sky Package

The politics of hate and envy were kicked in to touch at the last election, you've learned nothing.

Perhaps YOU & YOUR type of attitude are the problem, back to school for you!
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08/12/2020 10:59:16 42 2
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Science is being attacked every day with wild conspiracy theory’s on social media , kids don’t know what’s true. Why would they want to study a subject that their influencers are always alleging is incorrect so they can hawk their next naff miracle cure?
The cure for conspiracy theory misinformation is "Education, Education, Education".

The problem is the Tory Trumpist BrexiteEr government power is predicated on ensuring the general population is NOT APPROPRIATELY EDUCATED so defunds public education whilst facilitating tax free education for the ENTITLED-ELITISTS; children & grandchildren

Checkoit education background of Tory government cabinet
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08/12/2020 12:44:07 5 0
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You are a fool, let's look at Labour.

Oh wait Kier Starmer went to a Grammar School, which then became Independent (Private) whilst he was there!

'IgiveUp' - the clue is in your name, you clearly gave up on learning, facts, wisdom a long time ago. Now toddle off to your local Trotskyite group and remis on the good old days in 1960's Eastern Europe, Power to the Turnips!
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08/12/2020 13:15:10 3 2
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Have you ever been a teacher? No?
Then let me tell you its not a pleasant experience! Not because of Tory Governments, but far LEFT infiltration where there is no discipline and no means of keeping the kids or their parents inline. There are no consequences for bad behaviour!
Therefore I left teaching as there was no pint flogging a dead horse! there is no hope for our secondary school kids
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08/12/2020 11:22:38 15 61
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ANYTHING TO DO WEITH a Tory Trumpist BrexiteEr government maintaining power through ensuring the general poupulation is not educated enough to challenge their attainments in good governance,
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08/12/2020 13:07:43 15 0
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From personal experience, my kids were below average in school and never had the confidence to participate in class. We enrolled them in an after school program (Kumon) that taught them the basics and enforced it through repetition. They are now above average students and no more drama.
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The problem is the Tory Trumpist BrexiteEr government has created a nightmare bureacracy for appropriately educated, trained, and individuals appropriate character to become teachers or remain in teaching profession.

Our Brexit-UK government prefers to make private education tax free for the elite's children at the expense of defunding public education.
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08/12/2020 13:12:11 9 1
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He/she should give up the internet and take up a job.
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I'm sorry it is not about the quality of the teaching, but the populations attitude to education. The difference in the table is to do with attitude, not aptitude.
In high PISA tests scoring Finland:

Both primary and secondary teachers must have a master's degree to qualify. Teaching is a respected profession and entrance to university programs is highly competitive. A prospective teacher must have very good grades and must combat fierce opposition in order to become a teacher. Only about 10% of applicants to certain programs are successful.
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