HA Seconday News

Harrison, Simon
June 2013
Teaching History;Jun2013, Issue 151, p3
A communication from the chairman of the secondary committee of the organization known as the Historical Association (HA) is presented. He announces his resignation from the HA secondary committee, discusses the need for leadership within the HA, and states concerns over content in the proposed British National Curriculum. He also states that scholar Katharine Burn will assume the chairmanship of the HA secondary committee.


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