Genetics outweighs teaching, Gove adviser tells his boss
Dominic Cummings' 250-page paper attacks fear of elitism and waste of billions of pounds, and calls for slimmed-down ministry
Russell Wellbeing - Teacher, Campaigne
As a teacher I feel like I want to see this link posted all over twitter:
This is who @10DowningStreet is protecting. He has done severe damage based on eugenic beliefs to our education system, and it should be a part of the current narrative. #edutwitter
Having read Michael Gove’s short and virulently Islamophobic Celsius 7/7, and written on his time as education minister, it’s obvious The Bell Curve has had a fair amount of influence on his thinking. It’s dangerous, racist rubbish.
Huguenot House 🎪 🕷️🕸️🕯️⭐🏴
Remember when Gove said who your parents are is more important than how hard you work? Look at his policy in education. Now think about what he will plan in his judicial review.
As far back as 2013 Dominic Cummings was claiming that genetics outweighed teaching and that 70% of a child's performance was genetically derived. This information is out there people.
Emma Hardy MP
That this man is in number 10 is terrifying
Dr David Nicholl
Anger grows at Cummings adviser’s ‘dead kid’ quote
Except when you realise Cummings himself has said much the same 🤷♂️
Indeed! Short version (from 2013):
Long version (250pp):
Though I reckon Huxley got there first...
In case Vote Leave hadn't convinced you that Cummings is an ignorant and arrogant turd, here he is saying that teachers are rubbish and how well children do is down to genetics. 😡🤦♀️