Responses to the National Curriculum consultation

May 2013
School Leadership Today;2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p11
The article presents information on the proposed changes in primary and secondary curriculum in Great Britain. It informs that the Government had launched the National Curriculum in January 2011 in the manner on how to improve the educational outcomes for children and for giving teachers freedom over how to teach students. It summarizes changes and responses regarding main subjects of primary and secondary schools including English, Science and Maths.


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