Flushing the curriculum down the pan

28th September 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Gillian Macdonald reports on the issues raised at SETT 2001 in Glasgow. In one of his "funky" workshops, American technology expert Alan November said schools should move from simply improving the current state of education to creating visions of learning that will help students to find their way around the complexities of the global economy. Photograph: Gerry McCann

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