National Curriculum: National Disaster? looks beyond the classroom and discusses the way in which the infrastructure of school codes of conduct, the physical environment of school sites and the hierarchy of human resources within schools impact on the aims and reality of the National Curriculum. An alternative skills-based educational programme is also outlined which may be more likely to fulfil the expectations that many parents now hold for the education of their children.The comprehension exercises involved reading and writing, but could only possibly apply to the study skills or non-literary ... If this pattern continued, the comfortable notion that pupils are taught English in ... Year 9 was addressed by a Methodist about his religious convictions, how they applied to his professional life as aanbsp;...
|Title||:||National Curriculum: National Disaster?|
|Author||:||Dr Rhys Griffith, Rhys Griffith|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-11-12|