This sucks if you’re a book nerd who lives in the U.K.
According to USA Today, the list of books U.K. students read for national exams will begin to focus more on titles from British authors, meaning classics like The Crucible, Of Mice and Men, and To Kill A Mockingbird will no longer be required reading in British schools.
Education Secretary Michael Gove led the charge on this decision.
The Sunday Times put it this way:
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