Byline: RAY MASSEY
CAPTAINS of industry may carp about low standards in schools, say teachers.
But they never put their money where their mouths are, do they? Well, they do actually.
Out in the 'real world', companies that help to create Britain's wealth and keep millions of people in work rely on a steady supply of young people who can read, write, spell and do their sums.
The fact that so many can't do these basics, despite 12 years of compulsory education, smacks of the sort of complacency and poor quality once associated with the dark days of British Leyland in the Seventies.
But Britain's motor industry, which remains the nation's …