Pupils should be taught skills needed to help Britain compete internationally

John Freeman
Monday, October 11, 2010

So, Education Secretary Michael Gove wants pupils to hear "our island story" by learning the narrative of British history. At one level, his pronouncement on the school curriculum is not too surprising; it is a temptation that few Secretaries of State seem to be able to avoid.

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