Monthly Archives: January 2017

Why teachers in London’s most diverse schools believe Brexit threatens British values

Miri Yemini.  It has now been six months since the referendum results revealed British voters’ decision to withdraw from the European Union, and schools in London are beginning to adjust to this new phase of history. As schools are now

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