Biological booster

12th September 1997 at 01:00
Is there a problem with A-level biology? Teachers, examiners, academics and inspectors have recently voiced concern about the quality of teaching and learning, practical work, methods of assessment and, more fundamentally, about the need for a unifying rationale for the subject. In advance of a special seminar to discuss the issues at the ASE annual meeting in Liverpool on January 8, teachers with views and suggestions should contact Andrew Hunt at the Nuffield Curriculum Projects Centre, 17 Rathbone Street, London W1P 1AF.

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