Education 10-14 in Scotland by Great Britain. Consultative Committee on the Curriculum.

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Published by Dundee College of Education for the Consultative Committee on the Curriculum in [Dundee] .

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Statementreport of the programme directing committee.
SeriesA CCC discussion paper
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Open LibraryOL15326729M
ISBN 100947985069

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Presents critiques of the Cited by: 7. This report proposes a curriculum model for education of students in the age group of 10 to 14 years in Scotland. It also proposes a policy of autonomy within guidelines so that secondary schools and their associated primary schools can develop new partnerships for collaborative planning of curriculum, pupil care, learning support, assessment, recording, and reporting.

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