The film, adapted from Laura Wade’s Bullingdon Club-based play Posh, fails to address the fact that it isn’t just the restaurant-smashers who benefit from Oxbridge elitism.
Long-term thinking in education policy is vital to the way we reform our political economy.
Schools are getting worse in Great Yarmouth, the second most likely seat for Ukip to gain their first MP next year.
Those who go to private school will earn an average of £472,143 more than state-educated pupils by the age of 65.
The tragedy lay in the way the system was allowed to continue long past the point where its failings were clear.
Selective education works for the chosen few, but the rest do worse than under a non-selective system.
Meritocracy – embodied in the grammar school system – is concerned with achieving equality between equals and permitting inequality between un-equals.
All resources should be concentrated on ensuring that no child is denied the basic right to an education.
Michael Gove has centralised power without any kind of mediating local tier between schools and the government.