Developing a Global Dimension in the School Curriculum

3rd November 2000 at 00:00
Schools are part of an ever-wider world, which, paradoxically, is also shrinking with faster communications. Several organisations have combined to produce Developing a Global Dimension in the School Curriculum, a set of guidelines for heads and senior LEA managers. It shows how the values propounded in the national curriculum should and can be linked to what is happening in other countres and societies.

Obtainable from: DfEE publications, tel: 0845 60 222 60. Fax: 0845 60 555 60. Email: dfeeprologistics.co.uk Development Education Association, tel: 020 7490 8128.Fax: 020 7490 8123. Email: devedassocgn.opc.org Central Bureau for International Education and Training, tel: 020 7389 4964. Fax: 020 7389 4426.

Email: cblon.information britishcouncil.org


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