Our new research reports improved subject knowledge among those teaching about the Holocaust in English secondary schools over the last ten years. However, the same data also raises concerns.
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New data from our research reveals that, across England, the book and its film adaptation are currently being used by over a third of teachers in their lessons on the Holocaust.
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