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Schooling for life?

  • P. J. Sidey
Part of the The Nation Today book series

Abstract

Only the insensitive would couple education with money, and imply that the one entirely depends on the other. Only the anti-academic would point out that in 1964–5 it cost the taxpayers and ratepayers nearly £1500 million pounds to keep nearly nine million children and young people in full-time education establishments. Only the embittered would note that the average man in Britain earns less than £1000 a year yet, through his taxes and other dues, he supports a university complex that costs more than £1000 a year per student.

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State System Public School Local Authority Independent School Public Money 
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© P. J. Sidey 1967

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