Sunday, May 27, 2007

No taxation without your representation...

in government schools, say the Brits:

Private schools will soon be lending their teachers to local comprehensives for part of the week under radical plans to boost state education being developed separately by both Labour and the Tories.

....In an interview with tomorrow’s The Daily Telegraph, Alan Johnson, the Education Secretary, says private schools must share their teaching “expertise” with the state sector - or risk losing their charitable status, worth a total of £100 million a year.

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