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The General Teaching Council for England was scrapped in 2012, amid claims that it had failed to improve classroom practice or help professionals develop - and teachers have not run amok since.
Facebook, Twitter, online chatrooms and emails were used to befriend children in 43 of the cases brought to the regulator, the General Teaching Council for England in 2011.
TEACHERS facing allegations of incompetence and misconduct are expected to escape disciplinary action due to the abolition of the General Teaching Council for England, it emerged today.
Education Secretary Michael Gove has announced that the General Teaching Council for England, which employs 150 people at its offices in Birmingham city centre, is to go.
The General Teaching Council for England is responsible for registering teachers and investigating alleged cases of misconduct.
The General Teaching Council for England says all teachers should maintain reasonable standards in their own behaviour to maintain an effective learning environment and uphold public trust and confidence in the profession.
Even the General Teaching Council for England says the best part of 20,000 of their members are simply not up to the job.
According to figures from the General Teaching Council for England, there are 465,672 registered teachers working in England's schools.