A libertarian leaning, common preference seeking, pro-science, pro-critical rationalism, humanist blog, which is mainly, but by no means exclusively, about home educating in the UK.
I don't get this paragraph entirely:"Badman, who also chaired the Baby P case review, is due to publish his home education review next week, and unfortunately for home educators, their fears appear to have been justified. The review could recommend compulsory registration of home educators and set minimum standards of education." Does this mean that they have inside information about the contents of the review? D
Graham Badman is producing his 'review' at the worst possible time for a person of an authoritarian bent.Labour have just been decimated at the local elections, and there is not a single council left in their control.Every Home Educator in the country should now feel confident that they will be able to confront their LA if they try to change the status quo.New Labour is dead, and with it their insane fascist agenda.Now is the time for all home educators to put their foot down and point blank refuse to obey anything to do with the Labour Legacy.Everything has changed in Britain. We are not going to put up with any nonsense any more. All of the people in politics have been put on notice and are very nervous. If we do not stand up for our rights now, we will live to regret it.
Hooray! That sounds positive - at last. D
The blog's author said on one of the lists that the Guardian had told him they had info about what was going to be in the report. There is another article about here.
Thanks, Dani. Yep, as expected and not good :(
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