Schools czar professor David Woods has launched an attack on middle class people who complain about state education. The subtext is: shut up and take what you get, and don't dare try to buy your way out.
Fabians like Woods hate the middle class, even though he's obviously one of them. Parents must get the message that their opinion doesn't count. Children belong to the state, and its appointed experts have the sole authority to mold their brains any way they consider fit for the purpose assigned.
The article continues with more imbecility:
"Michael Pyke, of the Campaign for State Education (whatever that is) said: "Popular prejudice against comprehensives is a result of the hierarchical nature of our education system. We live in a society where sending your children to a private school confers status on parents."
Bollocks. A lot of parents scrimp and save to pay private fees only because the state schools on offer are terrible. If state schools were better they wouldn't need to do it. However, with the growing interference of the current fabian nazi regime, private schools can barely escape.