Professor Simon Schama who advised on the new history curriculum now criticises Michael Gove and urges history teachers to reject the final document. The Telegraph’s report highlights that among Schama’s concerns is ‘the focus on white males with too much emphasis on “how Britain influenced the world” rather than vice versa’. With the wrong kind of […]
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The Spring 2013 edition of Runnymede’s Bulletin, focusing on Young People, is now available to read online. Articles include: Male Black Youth Unemployment; The Marginalisation of Refugee Children; Reducing Inequalities in School Exclusions; and Exploring “Digital Race”.