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Muslim Teacher at Catholic London secondary school given green light by elite teacher program despite inability to read or write

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Of course TeachFirst gave Faisal Ahmed a green light, despite clearly knowing that he was unable to read or write. What else could they have done? If they had refused to give him approval, he would have claimed “islamophobia,” and all the leftist and Islamic groups in Britain would have jumped onto his case, claiming that he was being discriminated against because he was Muslim. Witness the fact that he is suing the school for discrimination now. And in today’s dhimmi, subjugated Britain, he will probably win, and schools over the country will be filled with Muslim teachers who can’t read or write. It will be what the May government deserves, and has brought upon itself.

“Teacher at Catholic London secondary school is suspended after it’s discovered he ‘CAN’T READ or write,'” Daily Mail, April 8, 2019:

Struggling to read and write was not enough to stop a teacher getting a job at a top secondary school.

Faisal Ahmed was given the green light by elite teacher training program TeachFirst despite having ‘extreme difficulty with handwriting’, problems with reading and understanding ‘written tests’.

Just days into his new job at St Thomas More Catholic school in leafy Wood Green, north London, he was summoned by the headmaster and suspended, reported The Sun.

Teach First recruits top graduates who are parachuted into schools while they study for a teaching qualification.

Set up in 2002, its two-year leadership development programme provides training in school while they study for a postgraduate diploma in education and leadership qualification.

The charity aims to recruit people who can inspire young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve their potential….

Mr Ahmed suffers from dyspraxia, a condition that affects co-ordination, and he told the headmaster Mark Rowland that he was unable to write for ‘more than a couple of minutes’ as his condition caused him too much pain….

The scandal emerged when Mr Ahmed, who is in his 30s, sued the school for constructive dismissal and disability discrimination after he quit in anger….

Ex-City worker Mr Ahmed was going to teach vital GCSE and A-Level lessons to teenagers.

Teach First admitted that they did not inform the school of Mr Ahmed’s condition.

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