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State involvement in education has not been a huge success in this country. We should rethink from first principles. Why involve government at all? It began in the nineteenth century with the unobjectionable principle of protecting minors. Some parents might be unwilling or unable to provide or pay for education themselves: this might deprive children of effective choice later in life. This could justify some compulsory education, though not the long years of forced schooling we have today. Read more

When asked whether he thinks the education system is failing to prepare kids for adulthood,…

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