Well I dont see any other kunts on this thread do you?
Everyone does, the problem at the moment in the UK kids are not getting a fair whack at it. simply because the lack of resources and diverting rescoursing to what most british think is a complete waste of money....
understandable.. so the EU should have put in place *first* the resources.. but
not knowing the full extent of how many would immigrate, they became overwhelmed.
what the link says is that the sudden influx of immigrants into the uk is overstretching an already overstretched education system and having a (negative) impact on students and staff alike
I can see where there is concern for sure
it also says that teachers are at their witts end trying to accomodate the need for additional language lessons needed by some of the immigrants and are calling for additional support
this is similar to when they are closing schools here.. children get bussed out to
other communities and the resources are just not their, and it affects the whole
area.. and the kids suffer the most. not that its their fault nor the teachers,,, because
they do the best they can to the best of their abilities, but ultimately its govt that
does the giving and the cutting.. hopefully it gets resolved so that the children can
focus better .
Or simply using that fact as an excuse to get more funds...
I am sure they need it with the abundance of pupils and need for translators and such
why would you believe otherwise.