Sun 10 February 2008, The Observer

We'll use our schools to break down class barriers

By Gordon Brown
In only a few decades, globalisation has become a familiar concept. But as I saw first-hand in India and China, globalisation is entering a new phase. Already our Asian rivals are competing not just in low-skilled manufacturing, but in high-tech products and services. Once, we worried about a global arms race. The challenge this century is a global skills race and that is why we need to push ahead faster with our reforms to extend education opportunities for all.
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