August 2010
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;8/31/2010, p14
The author comments on changes he would make in schools in Great Britain if he were in charge of education, including investing in early education, making secondary schools larger, and the introduction of citizenship, sex, and political education.


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