And that is exactly the problem. And you can't rule out a figurative rush to "Profit." All of that, I can explain but the point is, you really wasn't reading carefully at all (see below).quote:The 'competition' is to perform to the benefit of the child.
But, maybe you could just better articulate the idea about "competition" and actually explain/elaborate on how such "competition" can and will benefit ALL or as many children as possible and, particularly, a big (as opposed to a little) chunk of "the least among us."
It can't be that hard if your actually believe in "competition" and have good, sound reasons... not so much because of how you view things, personally... but for raising an objection or, in essence, claiming to make an observation that's of any importance or relevance here (much less intelligible).
Isome... "I"-some (you know, the letter after "H" in the alphabet) said:
"...unless schools are going to be changed to for-profit entities, "competition" does nothing..."