Transforming the Elite

Rather than fear the return of the spectre of public benefit, the aim of the sector should be that when the subject is raised, it is laughed at by all but the most militant vandals – no one but a fool could see what a service they and their products are doing. These schools and their alumni are interwoven with this country’s history. It is time that they take up the mantle and interweave themselves with its future.

Read the rest of the piece at The Critic here.

Published by willorrewing

I run Keystone Tutors, and a summer nature + creativity camp called The Imaginarium.

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