Jeremy Corbyn’s remarkable General Election campaign kicked into even higher gear yesterday with the remarkable reception he received from a gathering of the nation’s head teachers at the NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) in Telford yesterday.
The contrast with Theresa May’s stage-managed, dead-eyed appearances couldn’t be more stark. The contrast with Tory Education Secretary Justine Greening was even starker – she followed her leader and didn’t bother to attend:
Corbyn and his team have already won praise from the General Secretary of the NUT (National Union of Teachers) and lifelong Tory voters appear to be switching to Labour as they realise the extent of the damage the Tories are doing to education and to the nation’s children, but head teachers might be expected to be a more…
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