Should England's teachers change their approach to Shakespeare?

Mary Bousted, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, says that teachers in England may be paying too much respect to William Shakespeare's work -- a practice she claims is harming students' education. Bousted is proposing that Shakespeare's works be taught like film trailers, with a focus on the most exciting parts. Critics, however, say this would lessen educational standards.

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