Schools will have a new “model history curriculum” by 2024 to equip teachers with the skills to lead lessons that cover “migration and cultural change”, the government announced today.
The plan is part of the government’s response to last year’s Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report.
The response, published today. says the Department for Education “will work with history curriculum experts, historians and school leaders to develop a model history curriculum by 2024 that will stand as an exemplar for a knowledge-rich, coherent approach to the teaching of history”.
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