Better Education System: England or Scotland?Watch
Which country has the better education system in Britain and why?
My answer is England and the reason is because they have a competitive education system with state schools, grammar schools, different types of private schools which as we know competition makes everything better.
Scotland's education sucks monkey ass to a whole new level. The system is designed to make the poor poorer and the middle class richer. The SNP have made Scottish education by far the worst of the worst in the whole world. Thousands upon thousands of new young Scots cannot read, write and speak to save their lives and the SNP also have wasted thousands of pounds by having 7 levels of qualifications in the high school system, notably Nationals 1-5, Highers and Advanced Highers, National 4 and under are a waste of time, energy and money as they are designed for the dyslexic, autistic, council estate kids who schools think may struggle in the proper exams and thus instead of getting the teachers to do their job better they instead give them easier coursework as these schools fear that these kids will only get Cs as opposed to getting As. If these teachers instead did a better job and not be lazy these special kids might achieve well in the int 2/national 5s.
In the intermediate 1 and 2 days there was very little difference between int 1 and int 2, just things like in Biology you would get away with saying "accurate" while in int 2 would had to say "reliable". Scotland also wastes cash on pointless NABs which are required for pupils to pass in order to sit the exams. The excuse for this is that it acts as good practice for exams, well why not just let schools make their own mock tests, and we also have prelims too btw.
Unlike Scotland, the English system requires all pupils to sit a certain number of GCSEs because England knows how to run an education system and when push come to shove these failing kids will still achieve some success as the teachers teach better and the system sees shitholes like Hackney have their pupils get good marks while Scotland sees their shitholes do the opposite. Poor and less bright kids still achieve good grades in GCSEs in England because the system gets teachers to teach better.
In conclusion, England spanks Scotland in terms of education because England treats all it's pupils equal and doesn't waste money on pointless NABs or lower level qualifications for special needy pupils like the SNP and SQA love to do. When the Conservatives get a majority in the Scottish Parliamentary election in 2021 they should abolish the SQA and bring in English GCSEs and A Levels as these are far superior to anything Scotland has to offer. In addition to that having all schools fly the UK flag with all pupils making a pledge of allegiance to Queen and Country at the start of school to piss of the SNP for their criminal offences of destroying education in Scotland like the big bang did to the dinosaurs.
Also in regards to the Government it is clear to see that you don't get to experience the many wonderful benefits that SNP have brought about and in comparison to the UK Government they have actually achieved a majority which meant that the people of Scotland voted from them and therefore have achieved a far better NHS when the same cannot be said for England and we have access to free tuition fees
Additionally, I think blaming the teachers for this is perhaps a little unnecessary - the only teachers I ever came across in my schools worked longer hours than those for which they were paid, and many of them volunteered to be part of dedicated support teams for both intellectually and physically disabled students. Excluding such children from education is clearly not the answer. If the quality of a public service is poor nationally, it is usually the result of underfunding (something which the SNP is absolutely guilty of in education).
I'd like to see your evidence that the intellectually disabled and/or poorer students in England do better off than they do in Scotland.
Finally, dyslexia, autism and living on a council estate do not, for the most part, factor in what grades a child is capable of achieving. Please refrain from bringing those factors into this argument - it is entirely unhelpful to your argument.