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GM schools that have 'opted out' of LEA control so far have been influenced by one of two factors. They have either been under threat of closure by the LEA, or have wished to offer a fairly traditional curriculum. Rather than promoting choice and diversity, as postmodernists would suggest, GM schools are mainly a type of reconstructed grammar school, with a heavily academic emphasis. Moreover the autonomy of GM schools is circumscribed by central government control. Like LEA schools, under LMS they have been given operational control (that is, day-to-day control) over their budgets.
CANDIDATE B Marxists would disagree that the aim of the nevv vocationalism is to create new attitudes and skills amongst young people, they believe that the creation of the YTS by the MSC and other training schemes have been introduced by the capitalists, who use their power and control of the state as a way of gaining a pool of cheap labour to further their profits. The young are easily exploited, have little public voice and are unlikely to be unionised. Westergaard and Resler claim that these attitudes were actually capitalist ones that reinforced capitalist ideology and domination.
Bowles and Gintis, however, argue that the system creates a set of myths, which in turn create a submissive, passive worker ready to do a lot of work for very little recognition. They believe that a meritocracy has developed, and this has led people to believe that their success is dependent on their educational achievement and that those who work the hardest will reach the top. But this is not always true. Marxists believe that privilege breeds privilege, and that no matter what education people receive the middle class will always reach the top as they have the means to get there.