IN CASE you missed any of our ten most read blogs of last week, here they are for you again – and well worth the read.
Nicholas Burnett: Can the new BBC chief turn this tide of bias?
The Red Wall Rebel: The science behind masks is as flimsy as my see-through scarf
Harry Dougherty: The Lefties pulling Johnson’s strings
The Conservative Woman: Is James O’Brien a dangerous disgrace?
Harold Armitage: Face masks: An open invitation to a virus
Andrew Cadman: Will fishing sink the Tories?
Gary Oliver: Sky falls in on fairness about Trump
Ann Bradshaw: Is the Church of England trying to cancel Christianity?
Black Lives Matter activists may be slowly moving away from the streets, but their ideology is seeping into the classroom. Bernard Carpenter wrote this week that 83 per cent of white American teachers, principals, and district leaders ‘somewhat support’ or ‘strongly support’ this group (founded by self-described ‘trained Marxists’). It is no wonder that the drive to ‘decolonise the curriculum’ appears more popular – within professional circles, at least – by the day.
It is important that we in Britain take note of such developments, lest they attract the attention of educators here. Our history and culture is weak enough as it is.