Former Education Secretary Estelle Morris is worried that:
The government's education reform plans could enable wealthy men to "buy control of schools"
Aside from wondering why they would do that for any motive beyond philanthropy, as it isn't as though they can run schools into the ground whilst pocketing the cash, who controls schools now? Largely unelected quango's (LEAs) stuffed with political appointees, I'd rather take my chances with wealthy men.
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
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It's also rather sexist comment to make.
Is she OK with wealthy women running schools?
The sisterhood might well be on to her now.
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