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NEW YORK — A vocal school in the U.K. has been forced to close over concerns over its vocal school curriculum, after a British tabloid reported that the school had a “faulty” curriculum that included a curriculum that focused on how to speak with the mouthpiece.
The Daily Mail reported that vocal school students were being taught a “critical” version of the curriculum that taught students to “speak with their mouthpiece.”
The curriculum also taught students how to use the mouthpieces to say “thank you,” “hello,” and “hello” in English and French.
“The children were told that a critical version of this curriculum would be taught, but the curriculum was never taught,” a source told the Daily Mail.
In a statement released Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Vocal School said that the “critical curriculum” was taught by teachers and staff who were not vocal.
We believe that the curriculum is in fact critical of the vocal school system, the statement said.
They have asked that the VSP curriculum be removed from its website.
Vocal school in UK to close due to ‘faultiness’ in curriculum article It is understood that the UK’s vocal school has been the subject of an investigation by the Education Department following reports of students using the mouthies to say thank you and “hi.”
A source close to the VPSS said the investigation was continuing and that the schools closure was related to the issue of a “bias” curriculum, which is not approved by the Department of Education.
A Department of Justice spokesperson told ABC News the investigation into the VSM curriculum was continuing.
However, the VHS, which has a vocal school on its campus, did not respond to requests for comment.