The government is proud to have removed all that red tape around the teaching of our kids. After all, who needs all that training and education, just to hand out some textbooks and give the noisy one a clip round the ear?
The move means that people from all walks of life can contribute to your child's education. People, for instance, who have no background in teaching, communicating with children or academia could take classes. Unqualified male teachers would be given elbow patches and corduroy trousers so pupils don't rumble them.
Education Secretary Michael Gove is thought to have been struck by a flash of inspiration, over a martini. Why not give people who can't be bothered to get teaching qualifications a chance?
Richard Cairns, headmaster of Brighton College, a leading independent school, told the Daily Telegraph that an unqualified teacher who trains on the job is often better than someone with a postgraduate certificate in education. That just proves education isn't what it's cracked up to be. Hopefully these new unqualified teachers can dissuade our young not to bother with it, thereby saving us millions. After all, they could always get a job teaching.
The change could be rolled out into other areas, with unqualified doctors, airline pilots and electricians all playing a part in driving Britain forward. It's a new form of stimulus, where anyone can do anything, like America's 'can do' attitude. The new policy has been dubbed, "Can't spell, but can doo."
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