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Maybe so, but Robinson makes a poor case…’ ‘I lose confidence in Robinson because the framework in which he puts education and education reform is not in the least revolutionary.

It’s a revolution in the way they’re teaching and learning. It’s easy to be enthused by the grand conceptions of ‘talent’, ‘multiple intelligences’, ‘revolution’, ‘innovation’, ‘paradigm shift’ and ‘transformation’.

It’s easy to recoil from the horror of ‘conformity’, ‘standardisation,’ ‘academic ability’ and ‘hierarchy’.

What we need is not evolution but a revolution, for it to be transformed into something else – one of the challenges is fundamental innovation.’ ‘It’s a change from an industrial, manufacturing model of batching people – based on agriculture, not mechanic but organic – to create conditions under which they can flourish.