Originally published in 1988. The history of curriculum has now become an extremely important area of curriculum research. The rehabilitation of historical studies has challenged mainstream psychological and philosophical theories of curriculum and it argues for a reformulation of the current dominance of scientific management models of curriculum changes.
This book presents comparative data from a range of countries which help define the methodologies employed in curriculum history. It also explores some of the major curriculum issues uncovered in historical studies.


Introduction for Reprint

chapter 1|16 pages