Issue 171: 2018 09 27: The People’s Curriculum

27 September 2018 Renewing the People’s National Curriculum China changes the rules. By Jack Wippell The Communist Party has decreed that, by October 15th,  all Chinese schools will have to hand over their teaching materials to the ministry of education’s officials, who will then proceed to weed out foreign content.  This is no great revelation,… Continue reading Issue 171: 2018 09 27: The People’s Curriculum

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Issue 171: 2018 09 27: Anthony and Cleopatra

27 September 2018 Antony and Cleopatra The National Theatre reviewed by Adam McCormack Star Rating **** Why should theatre be forced into pigeonholes?  Antony and Cleopatra is not one of Shakespeare’s most easily categorised plays, sitting somewhere between history and tragedy, but with elements of high comedy.  Simon Godwin’s new production at the National Theatre… Continue reading Issue 171: 2018 09 27: Anthony and Cleopatra

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Issue 171: 2018 09 27: Letter to the Editors

27 September 2018 Letter to the Editors Archbishop’s Speech from Anthony Bradshaw Dear Sirs John Watson’s thoughtful article on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s recent speech on a Christian approach to national economics matters rightly calls for courteous consideration of what Mr Welby has to say, and indeed for a wider national debate on how funding… Continue reading Issue 171: 2018 09 27: Letter to the Editors

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