Education becomes the latest Scottish sector to be targeted by BBC Scotland
Teaching has become the latest target for the BBC in Scotland in what appears to be a campaign aimed at portraying Scottish institutions as failing.
This morning the BBC Scotland radio phone-in programme hosted by Kaye Adams featured education as the subject. One caller, who called herself Joanna, lambasted the teaching profession and claimed to have recently left the sector.
During the call which approached an astonishing 15 minutes, Joanna described herself as a “middle manager” and said she knew nobody who was happy in the profession. She claimed her former colleagues would end their day slumped on the sofa drinking half a bottle of wine.
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