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alf wilkinson
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The Historical Association represents over 3000 secondary history teachers, and primary teachers too. It claims to be the voice for history. In fact, in the UK and in Secondary age education, it certainly is. Its members' journal, Teaching History, leads the way in curriculum development and helping teachers keep up to date with new thinking about teaching and learning history.

Are there similar organisations in other countries? Do they encompass most of the history teaching profession? What can we learn from each other? Any thoughts or comments?

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