I don’t see what people are objecting to, quite frankly. Ending the need for teachers to be qualified, removing local oversight of educational establishments, and allowing any local business with a bit of trade going spare to take governance of schools, all seems like a recipe for success to me. What could go wrong?
Under this commonsense scheme, all children will be taught the three R’s: namely, education, education, and education. Also, self-reliance. It is important to learn as early as possible in life that you can’t rely on others in this world. What use would free-school meals be, for instance, without possession of a sound digestive system in the first place?
Above all else, the government will deliver fairness to the tax-payer, by reducing expenditure on the unnecessary elements of education – such as books, paid staff, and lightbulbs (is it really necessary to have one in every classroom? There’s nothing wrong with a good, old-fashioned candle, if you ask me).
Condemning the majority of Britain’s children to a sub-standard education is clearly a small price to pay for keeping the education budget lean and balanced. This is no more than commonsense; and I welcome the government’s bold step towards achieving this.
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