Troubled times in England

Reid, Ken
November 2012
Education Journal;11/16/2012, Issue 146, p10
The article offers the author's insights on the shock announcement that 400 primary schools will be turned to the Department for Education in Great Britain under the leadership of British conservative politician Michael Gove. The author says that Gove apologizes to one his former teachers for his poor behavior in modern language class. The author mentions the new secondary school curriculum in England that was leaked to the press as well as the overhaul in major A-level.


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