The defiant drama queen!
Is Parliamentary Select Committee a court? If it
were so why on earth did MPs, lawyers and the CJ herself valiantly
opine on the proceedings conducted by it and the possible outcome of
the proceedings, before it was concluded, knowing that it was ‘sub
judice’? (Under judicial consideration and therefore prohibited from
public discussion elsewhere) So they knew it was not a Court!
Teachers that teach!
At a regional consultation last month on
educational assistance, I was immensely struck by the assertion of
one participant that programmes should aim at ‘making the classroom
more joyful’. Sadly, that is not seen by many educational
administrators or trainers as important. The result is that teachers
do not focus on this sufficiently, even though doing this would also
help to make teaching an enjoyable vocation for practitioners, and
not just a job.