POINTS OF DISORDER #1
WHAT much better value for money state schools provide is clear after Julian Thomas, the outgoing head of £40,000-a-year Wellington College, caned greedy private rivals.
Schools used by 93% of us get under £6,000 funding per pupil while average day fees top £17,000 for the paying 7%.
Private education is at the heart of inequality. So when the public sector teaches the privileged about efficiency, the Tory squeeze smacks of contempt by a few for the many.