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Learn more about Standardised Curriculum
In 1988 the federal government passed the Education Reform Act which required students at all state schools to be taught a standard curriculum. The curriculum is intended to “promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.” Proponents believe that this is necessary to keep standards high at all schools funded by the government. Opponents believe that teachers should be able to develop curriculum content that is best suited for their students. See recent standard curriculum news
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A standard curriculum should take up no more than 50% of the school week. 2 years ago from a Labour in Leeds
Get rid of the current curriculum. High school is far too out of date and out of touch. Be more practical and hands on with how children learn. It took me till college to find something I could relate to being taught by people who I respected because they... 2 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in London
School age children should not be taught a left wing agenda, pro EU propaganda, or 'alternative lifestyles'. English/British history needs to be taught, not, European, or whatever it is they teach now. 3 years ago from a UKIP in Southampton
There should be the same standard for each age across the country, but teachers should be able to craft their own teaching to the actual students they have in front of them. 3 years ago from a Labour in Stoke-on-trent
Teachers should be able to develop curriculum content that is best suited for their students while under guidance from. 3 years ago from a Green in London
Yes, Religious pricks should not be allowed to present facts vs. books that were wrote around 1500 years ago at most which have books put in and excluded and supported by Nazi supporters as a 50:50 "debate" just because I say a Green Goblin... 3 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in Preston