And the corollary, too obvious for members of the Government to need to say at all: "Do not suggest expanding the public school which I used to attend, because this could alter its character."
For the last forty years, size, and with it bureaucracy, have increased steadily in secondary schools. If the Government's idea of a reward for success is a further increase in size, is it surprising that those who joined the teaching profession 30 or 40 years ago react by making for the exit?
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