Monthly Archives: April 2015

Muslim education: should teachers be storm troopers or facilitators of debate and intercultural understanding?

Farah Ahmed Delegates to this year’s NUT conference raised concerns about the new requirement for teachers to ‘counter extremism’ and ‘actively promote British Values’. This policy was characterised as requiring teachers to act as ‘storm troopers’ – expected to spy

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