Wonder at this contradiction

2nd April 2004 at 01:00
The TES supplement, Wonder Years (March 19), provides an exciting glimpse of the Primary National Strategy.

However, it only makes passing mention of the "Alice-type" logic that underpins the Government's approach.

How can schools achieve excellence through enjoyment when the Secretary of State has said that "testing, targets and tables are here to stay"?

Professor Colin RIchards Spark Bridge, Cumbria

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