Sadiq Khan vows to increase teaching of Black history in London schools

Time Out Group reports …

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched plans to ensure London school children’s education better reflects the diversity of the city. A new partnership has been announced between City Hall and The Black Curriculum, an education which aims to address the lack of Black British history on the UK curriculum. The aim is to refresh the London Curriculum, which provides free art, English, geography, history, music, PE and STEM resources for teachers.

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