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Unread 18-09-2019, 09:22 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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Two glaring examples of how a state education results in underdeveloped critical thinking skills.
Imagine going school with them two.....
 
Unread 18-09-2019, 09:23 PM
TripDownMiseryLane
 
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Great fillum.......

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Imagine going school with them two.....
Oh no, just imagine not accepting and believing things just because you've been programmed too, it must be terrible that........

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Unread 18-09-2019, 09:46 PM
atticusgrinch
 
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You shouldn't have to, state schools should be good enough that you don't have to pay more for schooling. It also keeps the class divisions in the country going by separating kids by wealth.
But is it right that parents aren't allowed to pay for their kids education if they want to?
 
Unread 18-09-2019, 10:01 PM
silv
 
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What's wrong with giving your children the best education if you can afford it ?
Youíve changed your tune

https://www.utdforum.com/forum/showp...9&postcount=18
 
Unread 18-09-2019, 10:10 PM
jem
 
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there's a lot of ignorant people talking balls on this thread.

if you don't like c***s from eton (anyone who went to eton), don't vote for them.
 
Unread 19-09-2019, 08:35 AM
red red robbo
 
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True. But the tribe will turn a blind eye to the hypocrisy of their own while moaning about tory public schoolboys.

Labour are just the shit posh people.
You know you're in a tribe too don't you?

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But is it right that parents aren't allowed to pay for their kids education if they want to?
For something as fundamental as education, there should be no system where by you can pay to get a better outcome. You'er happy to condemn thousands of children to an immediate detriment to their future prospects because their parents didn't have any money, no matter what the potential those children have. It is detrimental not just to the children but also to the country itself. Having the people in charge of everything all come from the same sort of background is a terrible way to tun any kind of organisation, never mind a whole bloody country.
 
Unread 19-09-2019, 09:04 AM
Bunker Buster
 
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Your link doesn't support what you're trying to say.

Please try again...
 
Unread 19-09-2019, 02:47 PM
92ToBury
 
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Did you go to one?
Did he f***. He was born a c***.
 
Unread 19-09-2019, 03:49 PM
no fun
 
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Did he f***. He was born a c***.
I wasnít

I became a c*** in May 1979 when thatcher got elected

Itís her fault
 
Unread 19-09-2019, 06:31 PM
92ToBury
 
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I wasnít

I became a c*** in May 1979 when thatcher got elected

Itís her fault
That aside, I see no problem with private schools. Itís public schools and that side of it that I have a problem with. A lot of schools run assisted places schemes for parents that choose to make that sacrifice for their kids rather than it being a status symbol.
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