Monday, 25 August 2008

Separating school and state

Sir Humphrey Appleby and Prime Minister Jim Hacker make an amusing and compelling case for schools to be cut from the apron strings of goverment. [Hat tip Stephen Hicks]

Fortunately, there's one NZ party with education policies that Sir Humprey wouldn't support.

1 comment:



    slightly off tread, but does relate to schools and is humourous... once you stop crying.


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