Skip to comments.Two-year-olds should start school, says Ofsted chief (UK)
Posted on 11/10/2013 3:12:40 AM PST by Olog-hai
Two-year-olds from disadvantaged families should be enrolled in school nurseries to improve their chances, the chairwoman of Ofsted has suggested.
Many children from poor backgrounds have a dire start to their education, according to Baroness Sally Morgan.
The Pre-School Learning Alliance described Lady Morgans suggestion as beyond belief.
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all haile the state
Wards of the state. Early brainwashing. Hitlerjugend.
“It takes a village idiot” to let the government raise your child.
“Elites” are often enamored of the idea of institutionalizing the children of the lower orders.
“Two-year-olds from disadvantaged families should be enrolled in school nurseries”
What about kids from advantaged families?
Just take the kids at birth, just to be sure.
Yea, you have to check your children in with the State at age 2. You get them back at 18, ready and able as a worker drone for the state.
Wow, it's pretty hard for a group of adults to start a school, but two-ywar-olds? That's quite a stretch.
They’re finding that 2 year olds are better and more sucessful candidates for mind control tactics.
This may not be as abhorrent as it sounds. Some children have “toxic households”, where exposure to the adults is clearly harmful to them. “Mommy’s boyfriend smokes crack when mommy is drunk” is no way for a young child to live.
Optimally, they should be out of that environment altogether, adopted out to at least passable parents, but that is not always feasible. So having them away from their parent or parents for any reason, as long as possible each day, is better for them.
More taxpayer subsidized child care to relieve crack ho's and brood sows of the tedium of raising their own spawn.
Opens up a whole new department to fund and staff in education now. The poopy-changy-wipey dept of sh!t.
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