According to a paid article in the Economist, ‘a quarter of all [British] children leave primary school unable to read and write, the OECD blames low British productivity on the badly educated workers at the bottom of the pile, and since 1997 spending on education has gone up in real terms by 45%, without much to show for it’.

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