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"...the fantasy of a golden age of school that never existed" says a French teachers' union leader

Discussion in 'Education news' started by BigFrankEM, Nov 5, 2018.

  1. BigFrankEM

    BigFrankEM Occasional commenter

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...-uniforms-as-option-for-first-time-since-1968

    Within the article, and notwithstanding the clunkiness of the noun used (presumably a case of an infelicitous literal translation) I was struck by the illogicality, at least to me, of the concept of arguing against uniforms based on the idea that they in some way constitute a "detraction from more serious issues such as discipline and inclusion" !
     

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