|Title: ||Education 2020: A Millennium Vision|
|Issue Date: ||2001 |
|Abstract: ||This collection of essays allows a selection of people to set aside the shackles of what is ‘now’ and to counsel, persuade and even harangue us about the challenges for education in the next twenty years.
The various contributions in the pages that follow highlight some of the existing conflicts, for example: formal early years
education (‘in the basics’) versus play-based early years provision; the pros and cons of
religious education in schools; funds for the special educational needs of some versus the
resourcing of education for all; segregated schooling versus integrated schooling; a
common curriculum or a school-based adaptive curriculum; a fixed examination timetable versus continuous (computer-facilitated) monitoring etc.|
A millennium vision
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