It can be difficult to teach primary-school students lessons in citizenship, however, the writer of this article includes several examples of how teachers worldwide are getting it right. Travis Latham, executive principal of Shireland Hall and George Betts primary schools in Sandwell, the West Midlands of England, suggests a cross-curricular approach in which citizenship lessons are integrated into other courses. In another example, classes in different countries connect with each other to learn about citizenship.

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