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The campaign will run until the end of the academic year and will culminate in a tour, which will involve Winkler visiting schools around the country. Balls said the campaign would help improve the self-esteem of children with SEN. "Through highlighting positive role models and sharing good examples of teaching and learning this campaign will promote inclusion in the classroom and inspire young people to go on and achieve," he explained.
What a load of twaddle, you cannot inprove a childs self esteem just by a campaign like this. What planet is EB on and why the Fonz - most children don't know who he is?
However I do agree that other need to learn to be more accepting of others
If I had a line of books I wanted to sell, do you think the Government would endorse me touring schools pushing them?
If they thought it would get them votes in the upcoming election then probably
Because he's electioneering
Hopefully people will see through his ploys
That would make more sense Polly.
LOL @ Daedy
I agree is the goverment actually listened to the reports it commissioned and the parents and the teachers they may actually come up with something that works.
But that would mean admitting parents know more than the advisors they pay