I emerge from this article in the Huffington Post praising the Lord.
Even though I don't have a Lord. If I did, it would be a blackbird. Or a squirrel, or a hazel tree. Or summat.
But the point is, here is off-the-page truth.
Who would dispute the huge money-pot of education? It's ripe to be plucked out of everyone's pockets in guise of public taxes and placed - via some crappy mythological testing regime - into the pockets of private companies. And Sara Holbrook explains lucidly and persuasively what the edu-business does to any practitioner working in fashioning an art from life; humanity from despair; wisdom from chaos.
So go and read that article. What America gets, we get, you can see it coming, creeping up on us everyday.
Now isn't it time we had some effective, powerful and strong voices from the world of mainstream education journalism helping us out?