The TES Makes An Example of The Maximum Wage Show

The TES asks Henningham Family Press why performance art should be central to the teaching of economics:

Have you ever used performance art to teach the intricacies of economics? If not, a group of East London artists think this is something you need to address.

Helen Amass

Read full article here…

Hands-on participatory education, for both children and adults, is at the heart of The Maximum Wage. On March 12th we will explore our preparedness for the labour market, recall our careers advice, reboot home economics with budgeting know-how, map our free time in shape and colour collaboratively, describe the pay gap… all of which would make a cracking lesson plan. So teachers – come on down!

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