Teaching history

Thoughts

From the New Yorker, via Merlin Mann:

That’s why parents don’t have a right to choose the version of American history they like best, a story of only their own family’s origins. Instead, the state has an obligation to welcome children into that entire history, their entire inheritance.

Easily applies to Australia too.

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