Blame the system, not teachers, for any cheating April 15, 2014
Teachers have been pressed or pressured, not even in just Great Britain, but everywhere to acheive good results from their classes and to prove it by submitting works from the students such as schools being ABET accredited schools. Because of this, it is coming up that teachers are slimming course material and skipping out on certain aspects of the class in order to help students achieve higher grades. This in turn will limit students on what they are supposed to learn from the class due to the high expectations of the teachers. As ATL research provided us with data that, "reveals today’s “target culture” in schools is damaging pupils’ education," saying that the high expectations and pressure of both the teacher and the students is reducing the learning that students will gain from schools.
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