Cries for Kent

23rd October 2009 at 01:00

Sitting in rural France, I still read Mike Kent (Comment, p32) and admire him for plainly saying what all of us are thinking. My three recommendations to Ed Balls and Michael Gove (which, in proper modern edu- speak style, are bullet-pointed) are:

- Employ Mike Kent as your chief adviser

- Employ Mike Kent as your chief adviser

- Employ Mike Kent as your chief adviser.

Julian Morgan, Cleebourg, Bas-Rhin, France.

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