photo of students studying at british international school phuketWhen Prussia introduced its model of state education in 1811, it inadvertently gave substance and form to the concept of a modern western education.

Generations of parents have, inadvertently, bought into the model, because there has been very little political will to challenge it. It has, after all, underpinned the rise of the nation-state and the supremacy of the industrial powers over the last 200 years. But is it still fit for purpose?

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