Teachers in England encouraged to tackle ‘incel’ movement in the classroom

New curriculum will give teachers flexibility to explore topics such as relationships and hatred of women

Teachers can help counteract the rise of the “incel” movement and the dangers of misogyny with school lessons on respect for women and healthy relationships, ministers believe.

A government source said that Gavin Williamson, the education secretary, expects teachers to be able to tackle the risks from incel culture through the relationships, sex and health education (RSHE) curriculum within schools.

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