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A "Curriculum" Problem?

By Robert Yager

Professor Emeritus, The University of Iowa USA

Too often educational leaders seek reforms (i.e., changes that hopefully would result in more knowledgeable students) in terms of producing more materials (curriculum outlines and textbooks). These are prepared for teachers to follow closely as the way of assuring successes. Most nations have central control of education which includes specific courses, course sequences, textbooks, and support materials with the expectation that teachers follow and use the materials exactly as provided. >> Read more »

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