It is 25 years since the introduction of one of the most radical and far‐reaching reforms of recent times — the 1944 Education Act. And before pointing to the faults of the present‐day educational system (which are numerous enough), and verbally flogging both major political parties for their many failings in this important field, it is only proper to begin by recognizing the tremendous progress made in such a short period.
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