In a surprise move, the Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has entered into the post-Presidential Election debate by claiming that the US Electoral College should be placed in “Special Measures”.
Mr Wilshaw’s intervention comes in the wake of the President-elect Trump securing the required 279 Electoral College votes, to Clinton’s 228.
This contrasts greatly with the popular vote tally which indicates that Clinton has secured over 48%, to Trump’s 47%.
The OFSTED chief told us, “We have very serious misgivings about the standards of the outcomes being produced by the Electoral College.
“We have particular concerns in the area of mathematics. When a group of people comes to the conclusion that 47% is greater than 48%, it’s a clear indication that mathematical understanding amongst the student body is somewhat inadequate.”
NASUWT spokesperson, Marjorie Topic said, “It’s not unusual for OFSTED to inspect overseas schools and come out with outlandish criticisms, but surely even they can’t blame teachers for this clusterfuck?”
It seems highly unlikely the inspectorate body will be successful in their endeavour, because the Electoral College isn’t actually a school and even a group of Americans will quickly realise that they’re a shower of useless bastards.