Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Getting a school for your child feels like a dirty business
An interesting sentiment, and one that is readily recognisable. Tim Lott writes about how he chose schools for his children, and how many parents forget their morals as they choose schools for their own. The idealist in me says that this should not happen, and the critic says that it happens because our schools are just not up to it; we have to do what's best in a crass system. I remind myself cynically that this is peace-time Britain; everything is as it should be.