Inclusion, diversity and the national curriculum: Are things better than they were?


By Tim Lomas, published 19th November 2013

Inclusion, diversity and the national curriculum

Introduction - the role of history

It is an interesting question as to whether history teaching has developed a greater understanding of inclusion and diversity since the start of the National Curriculum. The first version of the National Curriculum required teachers to consider a balance of political, economic, social and cultural history and the need to consider social, cultural, religious and ethnic diversity...

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