It is not 'neocolonialist' to nurture these mutually useful links

12th March 2010 at 00:00

This is the kind of discussion that we need to be having if we are to help children become informed and aware global citizens.

I know there is good practice because I've seen it when involved in moderation visits for the award of the Primary Geography Quality Mark, but I think these schools are the exceptions rather than the norm.

This is an important area of research and I look forward to reading about how we might address this area of concern in the future.

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