Do you ever get that ‘I wish I’d been a teacher’ moment? In this September magazine by co-editor Hazel Healy, we look at how the noble endeavour of education is under threat from powerful business interests, while introducing you to those working to take things in a different direction.
We also unpick why stories that claim to reveal a biological basis to differences between men and women are so persistently popular and learn about how private corporations in Peru are hiring out the police to do their dirty work.
The contents of this magazine will appear here throughout the month.
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