Race report boss wanted schools to teach ‘the truth’ about modern Britain

Race report boss wanted schools to teach ‘the truth’ about modern Britain

The Guardian

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Ethnic minority business leaders condemn study by Tony Sewell’s commission as ‘laughably simplistic’

The chairman of the controversial review of racial disparities drew up plans to introduce a new compulsory school subject to teach children “the truth” about modern Britain, the Observer has been told.

Tony Sewell suggested that an official textbook would be deployed in all schools as part of the new course. According to sources involved in the discussions, he said that the idea had been successfully deployed in Russia.

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