England's educators seek more input in curriculum

Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, has joined those in England saying that teachers were largely left out of the process of putting a new national curriculum in place. "We urge the Government to raise the game on communicating where the national curriculum fits into the broader work of a school, to listen to specific concerns on subjects like history and computing and to take implementation seriously," he said.

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