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Joe Smith, Katharine Burn and Richard Harris will be presenting a webinar for the Stirling Centre for Research in Curriculum Making with the title – ‘History Teachers as Curriculum-makers in Policy and Practice: quantitative insights from England and Scotland’. This is an opportunity to explore the extent to which history teachers use their curricular autonomy to develop more  diversified curricula. This will draw upon data from the Historical Association survey of  secondary history teachers, but may be of interest for anyone interested in these questions about curriculum development.

You can sign up to the free webinar via the link.

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