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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Ed Rates of the Caribbean


4 comments:

AntiCitizenOne said...

We all know that most of the educational problems stem from the fact that most schools are used as crèches!

When parents use a school as a crèche they stop worrying about what is being taught and concentrate on their children being held there.

The answer? Make parents pay for the education of their own children. Go via a voucher scheme at first.

Paddington said...

I disagree. If you want excellence, there are many worse solutions than the British system of the 60's and 70's - divide the students by ability, and put the best in one school. Natural competitiveness will take care of the rest. It's not 'fair', but it is known to work.

hatfield girl said...

Don't send your children to school in England It's such a waste of their time.

James Higham said...

British system of the 60's and 70's
It was good until the PCers got their hands on it.