I would put money on this 'Nektus consultancy' being the controlling influence behind this campaign against HE. If compulsory registration, and all that money that would flow from that, is achieved then Nektus would have a market monopoly on advice to Government. Just think how lucrative that would be!Posting this link here to keep the Welsh Ass con stuff together. Look who has crawled out from under his stone.
Open the door to list of home educators, says expert
Badman's only 'expertise' is in alienating an entire minority community. He can't even count. Nor should he be chucking stones around glass houses. Then there was that daughter of his who was cast as agent provocateur to infiltrate the HE community. There was also the family educational consultancy Nektus (which seemed to be set up in anticipation of compulsory registration for HE) whose communications with the then govt were apparently too sensitive to be revealed following a legitimate FOI request.
Why exactly can't any of these 'experts' understand the law and why it is as it is? Providing education is a parental duty and is the default model. School is an easy option for parents who choose to delegate their children's care. The law also provides for the state to intervene in the event that parents fail to fulfil their responsibilities. Not that they do a terribly good job either.
What next? Permission to copulate, go vegetarian, convert to Christianity, travel outside your local area? :scared:
Papiere, bitte! (Welsh translation?)
P.S. There should be another article in TES Scotland today, hooked on to the Welsh situation and no doubt giving the usual suspects a platform to vent their bigotry.