Opinion: British parents want real reforms promoting excellence

07/16/2004 | Guardian (London), The

Reacting to the English government's plan to expand school choice, D. D. Guttenplan, a correspondent for "The Nation," says middle-class parents don't want to be "catered to;" they want safe, stimulating schools with small classes and an excellent curriculum. He challenges Labour to develop a public education system so good the affluent are clamoring to get in.

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