Just how far the fingers of politics should probe into people’s daily lives has been a fundamental divide within liberal political philosophy for centuries. 

The education sector finds itself stuck in the middle of this argument – the right to education is universal and the standard of one’s education can influence the course of one’s life massively. So, depending on your standpoint, either politics has absolutely no business tampering with education, especially not for political gain, or it is a key responsibility of government to oversee the provision and standards of education and therefore tampering is a must.

These two expert speakers, both experienced in politics and education, tackle the issue unflinchingly from both sides and make the case for a modern third way.

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