Editor's Leader APRIL 2018

When I was just starting junior high school, I signed on to be in the school band.

I played the clarinet – rather badly – but I wanted to play the drums. “No girl is going to play the drums in my band,” said the band teacher, whom I will today name and shame as Mr David Hall. 

Times have moved on. But deciding a person’s future job or the musical instrument to be played based on any reason other than her or his capability or potential still...

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