SPI Fellow A.C. Grayling thinks so.

In a recent article for The Guardian, Grayling supposes that innovation at the U.K.’s top schools will lead to further opportunities for greatness for the academies. Based off of the notion that incentivizing the good will only make it better, he argues that higher fee caps at schools with the greatest levels of excellence will only increase their educational value to students.

Grayling believes that the U.K. governments current plans for addressing insufficient services to disadvantaged communities would not be affected by this move, and encourages the government to continue its bold steps forward in both areas, for the overall growth of the educational opportunities the nation offers its citizens and the world.

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