Capitalism rules: is the UK government controlling our classrooms?

New guidance for schools in England instructs teachers to not use anti-capitalist material, categorising it as an “extreme political stance”. This announcement has puzzled many, not least social entrepreneurs who have dedicated their lives to challenging traditional modes of capitalism. What does this new guidance actually mean for the education of alternative world-views and the future of socially entrepreneurial thinking?



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