James Stanfield appears on BBC Somerset to discuss the IEA's latest monograph 'The Profit Motive in Education: Continuing the Revolution'. He discusses the success of Swedish for-profit schools and argues that private expertise would improve, innovate and diversify education. Currently failing schools survive as parents have no choice; in the private sector, failing schools would go out of business . Competition and choice would empower parents.
Listen here. Segment starts at 2:03:30.