Creativity in the curriculum

6th June 2003 at 01:00
Although rather less worried about curriculum pressures north of the border, Scottish education also has its concerns about creativity, and you can read about them, along with stimulating case studies, on the National Grid For Learning Scotland's "The Creativity Issue" web pages. And the Scottish Arts Council also adds to the debate with is own downloadable pdf file, "Culture, Creativity and Citizenship in Scotland".

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