Teach Forever site changed to evacuate guarantee it is authorize by the University of London
An educator preparing plan set up by a previous “superhead” who was beforehand restricted from the calling has changed its site to expel a claim that it is certify by the University of London.
Not long ago Tes revealed that Jo Shuter, previous headteacher of Quintin Kynaston Academy in London, who served a restriction from educating after she was found to have completed a huge number of pounds of costs mishandle, had set up an instructor coach called Teach Forever.
On Teach Forever’s site, it depicted itself as a “completely paid course to [qualified instructor status] guaranteed, licensed and observed by the University of London”.
In any case, as per a tweet by the University of London, this claim was off base.
“The recently shaped Teach Forever Academy expressed on their site that their course to QTS (qualified instructor status) would be guaranteed/licensed and observed by the University of London. This isn’t right and this blunder has now been corrected by Teach Forever,” the college said.
The site has since been changed to state that the course is guaranteed and licensed by a “best London college”.
In the Evening Standard’s first story on Teach Forever on 9 January, it revealed that the plan was “licensed by the University of East London”. Be that as it may, in a tweet the University of East London additionally said it “doesn’t have anything to do with the Teach Forever course”.
Tes has reached Teach Forever for input.