Philip Pullman and the Drafters

I think this order works best –

Read this first:

In a statement, the Department for Education spokeswoman responded: “We want to unlock the world of reading for pupils so that every child can not only read and write to a high standard, but can also develop a love for reading that will last until adulthood.

“That is why improving literacy is at the heart of this government’s drive to improve standards in our schools, and assessments do play an important role in making sure children are taught well.”

Now read Friday’s The Guardian article by Philip Pullman here.

Now read here about the DfE drafters [any post will do, the DfE Drafters Dodge 3rd May Logic to suffice, but I have been copious and consistent in exposing these nobodies].

Read this again [which will actually be the third time]:

In a statement, the Department for Education spokeswoman responded: “We want to unlock the world of reading for pupils so that every child can not only read and write to a high standard, but can also develop a love for reading that will last until adulthood.

“That is why improving literacy is at the heart of this government’s drive to improve standards in our schools, and assessments do play an important role in making sure children are taught well.”

There. As angry as I am?

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