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Sunday, 8 November 2009
Full rant on this later, but for the meantime I'll just point out what's wrong with the headline "
Why public schools are likely to rule in 2010
They Do rule. Every thing and every one.
And not 'rule' as in good, 'rule' as in control and run.
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