Is we there yet?

19th April 2013 at 01:00

In "All the way from America" (12 April), we read: "Teaching and learning is very much stronger in Britain than in the US." Are this an illustration of what you mean, or simply a home-grown example of the way English is developing? George W. Bush did raise the question "Is our children learning?" after all.

Russ Law, Educational coach, Surrey.

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