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The internet allows parents to know as much as teachers. It is also a way of organising get-togethers, sharing tips and outwitting official hassles. That supplements events such as the annual homeeducation festival last week, where 1,600 parents and children enjoyed Egyptian dancing and labyrinth-building on a muddy hillside in Devon. But a bigger reason for the growth is changing attitudes. Centralisation, government targets and a focus on exams have made state schools less customer-friendly and more boring.
Its GDP per head is only around half the national average and one-third that of Britain's richest county, Berkshire. Cornwall is one of only four areas in the UK which qualify for poverty-related grants from the European Union. Cornwall has only ever known four industries: mining (for tin and copper), agriculture, fishing and tourism. The first is dead, so much so that some old Cornish mine shafts are applying to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site (along with the pyramids and Angkor Wat). Agriculture and fishing are being squeezed by the EU, and only tourism is thriving.
And on June 10th, bmibaby, a low-cost carrier, will start flying from Newquay to Birmingham and Durham. Newquay airport is therefore crucial to Cornwall; and its future is uncertain. It shares facilities with the Royal Air Force's St Mawgan airbase, which the defence ministry has said will be mothballed in 2007; but if the RAF walks away entirely, the bills will go up. 3m) grant from the EU to increase its capacity from 300,000 passengers a year to 400,000. Building is due to start this summer.