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Labour’s ‘lessons for boys’ plan is a sinister sideshow

25 April 2023

10:59 PM

25 April 2023

10:59 PM

What are schools for? The answer used to be obvious: school was where children went to learn how to read, write and count, while the lucky ones picked up some history, algebra, chemistry and literature along the way. But not any more. Nowadays, academic subjects have become a sideshow to the main event: changing children’s attitudes and values.

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