Solutions to the Problems of Public Sector Education

The problems of education in Britain are those inherent in public sector supply. In the interest of providing a standardised product, variety and choice are sacrificed. With the aim of ensuring a decent standard of education for all, the state sector squeezes out much of the variety and choice which would improve the system.

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