Michael Gove’s education policies, as I think most of us agree, are one of the very, very, very, very few things David Cameron’s abysmally dismal Coalition has got going for it. That’s why, as dear brave Katharine Birbalsingh and Toby Young find every day, the lefties have been driven into such paroxysms of sphincter-bursting rage. But Gove does have his critics on the right, too, the most sensible of whom is surely the mighty, great and wise Chris Woodhead.
Woodhead’s argument – as expressed in Standpoint – is an impeccably free market conservative one.
The voucher is the key to the schools revolution Gove wants to initiate. It would increase demand for private education and attract more supplier…
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