Like Madonna, Michael Jackson reportedly wants to give his child a British education. The Telegraph of London says that the pop singer has sent a representative to the Stowe boarding school to see about putting his 21-month-old son, Prince, on the early entry list. The paper quotes a source as saying Jackson likes the British education system and has an English friend who speaks highly of Stowe. The school costs about $25,000 a year, and its graduates include Virgin entrepreneur Richard Branson. Madonna has made inquiries about some day sending daughter Lourdes, 2, to Cheltenham Ladies’ College.