Originally written after four years of the National Curriculum, at a time when adjustments and radical changes were being implemented, this book analyses from various points of view what is wrong with the National Curriculum and presents a series of options for putting it right.

part 1|31 pages

Perspectives on Implementation

chapter Chapter 1|8 pages

Reflections on the First Four Years

ByDuncan Graham

chapter Chapter 2|16 pages

Teachers and the National Curriculum: Learning to Love It?

ByMichael Barber

chapter Chapter 3|6 pages

Observations of an Outsider

ByDavid Tytler

part 2|33 pages

Perspectives from the School

chapter Chapter 4|9 pages

The National Curriculum in a Primary School

ByAnne Waterhouse

chapter Chapter 5|12 pages

Equal Opportunities and the National Curriculum

ByElaine Foster, Anne-Marie Bathmaker

chapter Chapter 6|11 pages

The National Curriculum in a Secondary School

ByAlan Leech

part 3|19 pages

Perspectives from LEAs

chapter Chapter 7|7 pages

The LEA and the National Curriculum

ByJennifer Wisker

chapter Chapter 8|11 pages

Training for the National Curriculum

ByBill Lahr

part 4|39 pages

Perspectives on the Future

chapter Chapter 9|10 pages

Resourcing the National Curriculum

ByJohn Atkins

chapter Chapter 10|13 pages

From an Entitlement to an Empowerment Curriculum

ByStewart Ranson

chapter Chapter 12|5 pages

Common Sense: A Programme for the Future

ByMichael Barber, Duncan Graham