Theme Editorial: Framing the secondary science curriculum
Issue 370 | Page 19 | Published Sep 2018
Reviews of the curriculum, and the science curriculum in particular, have become a regular feature of the educational landscape in the UK. As I write (in August 2018), Wales is in the throes of its own review, while in England the first cohorts of pupils to follow the new GCSE specifications are awaiting their results. There is no agreed timetable for the next set of reviews, but they will undoubtedly happen at some stage.
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