Would the Rod Liddles and the Carol Sarlers of this world, who so eagerly defend the educational value of school against home education, be happy to explain the following?
Also from the same article, we have Chris Woodhead, former head of Ofsted, reported as saying:
"We know that millions have been spent on this problem so why does it continue? Why do we still have so few 16-year-olds that pass English and maths?"
Could one of the reasons be that the former chief inspector of schools makes grating grammatical errors himself?