With the recent reports on McDonald's being allowed to run it's own A-level qualifications and Government offering cash incentives for losing weight, it seems that the British Government have got a bit confused in how best to educate the next generation. How refreshing then to see some people taking it upon themselves to teach children about the importance of giving rather than just receiving. The Observer reports on the Dragon School in Oxford's new plan for ‘generosity' classes, teaching philanthropy to the next generation of business brains. Having employed Daniel Gill as the exclusive private school's director of social impact, Gill decided to introduce lessons on philanthropy as an alternative way to give back to the community.

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