Stating the obvious

16th February 2001 at 00:00
Stating the obvious. The Daily Telegraph

IN unveiling his five-year plan for education, the Prime Minister made a welcome, implicit admission that comprehensive education has for many been a disaster. But he deserves only muted chees for slowly adopting an approach that has been obvious to outraged pupils, parents and teachers for decades: selection, although not ideal for all schools, would be a highly effective method in most.

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