By Lawrence Stenhouse

ISBN-10: 0585149666

ISBN-13: 9780585149660

ISBN-10: 1853592897

ISBN-13: 9781853592898

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A. (1979) The teaching of controversial material and the rights of children. L. ) Educational Research in Relation to the Rights of the Child. World Association for Educational Research, p. 280. 22. A. (1973) The Humanities Curriculum Project. A. Stenhouse (1983) op. , p. 76. 23. Dewey, J. (1938) Experience and Education. New York: The Macmillan Company, p. 67. 24. B. (1991) The Predictable Failure of Educational Reform. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, p. 163. 25. Ibid, p. 163. 26. A. (1964) Aims or standards?

Modifications, or various measures introduced or announced over the last year seem to indicate that, perhaps unsurprisingly, the traditional objective of enhancing differentiation is being pursued with some vigour. Then there are the continuous indications of backtracking as regards the scope of the curriculumparticularly ominous, perhaps, being the official proposal for dropping art, music and physical education from the 14-16 curriculum. There have been other indications that, to meet all sorts of immediate difficulties, the whole concept is to be watered downand again, in an arbitrary, top-down manner.

However, what worries Simon is the translation of principle into practice. There is already evidence of aspects of policy that contradict the central idea of a common curriculum and that call into question the belief that the government actually has 'the educational interests of the mass of children' at heart. In relation to the idea of 'entitlement', says Simon, 'Lawrence Stenhouse had something very significant to say', and he takes up the idea (one that Tony Edwards also recalls at the close of his paper) of an education that will help all young people learn to think for themselves and give them the confidence to believe that they matter and that what they know and what they think matters.

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