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THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM REVIEW: WHAT IS GOING ON?
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Join LfL for an insight into how education policy is being made in this discussion of the implications with Professor Mary James who contributed to the report of the Expert Panel and Peter Barnes, a former member of the Advisory Committee.
We must assume that the Coalition Government and its Ministers mean well. Sadly, their present policies lead in the direction of a narrow and imbalanced curriculum for maintained schools. If implemented, this will be a personal tragedy for millions of children and a national tragedy for us all.
Andrew Pollard, Institute of Education blog, 20 November 2012 (member of the Expert Panel)
Links to further commentary and news reports, including correspondence between Michael Gove and members of the Expert Panel, available on the AAIA (Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment) website: http://www.aaia.org.uk/news/michael-gove-announces-major-review-of-national-curriculum/
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