Interesting and varied list of things to read this week:
I loved this Dublin Inquirer article on Hugh Lane’s post-Lusitania legacy.
Austerity still rules in Education says John Hurley, it’s hard not to agree.
The Gestapo wasn’t as powerful, or as organised as you might have thought, according to Frank MacDonough.
Andy Tharby write here on the power of comparison, enlightening as always.
This article by Sylvia Davis touched a nerve with me.
Finally, this is so good: I am a feminist. I am a teacher. I am Mrs C Spalding.
Find all the tweeted links to the articles here.
The archive of blogposts is here.