The church has every reason to keep its control over history teaching. Its image would be shattered by the truth
By George Koumoullis
I have been overcome by a sense of fear, worry, futility, rage and sadness these days. It stems from the prospect that the political uproar about the Enosis referendum will in the end prove very harmful for education and particularly for the teaching of history, if the legislature eventually approves the bill that authorises the education minister to select the anniversaries that schools should mark.
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