Source: United Kingdom UK Parliament (video statements)
The House of Commons Petitions Committee, Women and Equalities Committee and members of the Education Committee will hold a joint evidence session to consider Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum today.
The session has been prompted by a number of petitions calling for the curriculum to be diversified receiving over 390,000 signatures. The Committees will be questioning petition creators Professor Rhiannon Turner from the documentary ‘The School That Tried To End Racism’, and representatives of the National Education Union, Historical Association, and the Black Curriculum.
Find out more: https://committees.parliament.uk/committee/326/petitions-committee/news/120411/petitions-committee-announces-joint-evidence-session-on-black-history-and-cultural-diversity-in-the-curriculum/
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