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Lessons are created by trained teachers, with over ten years of experience working with students aged 10 to 16. Our team works hard to ensure our skills-based lessons are engaging, inclusive and accessible.
Expert journalists at The Economist guide our content selection so we publish the most important information, a fair representation of an issue and a variety of perspectives.
We cut through the media’s biases. Unlike The Economist, we don’t take a stance on issues so that students can form their own opinions. To do this, we involve external consultants, journalists and topic experts.
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Topical Talk lessons go through the same editorial process as the articles in the newspaper – they’re reviewed several times by a team of senior editors at The Economist.
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