Examines the ideals which lay behind the development of comprehensive schools. Written by 14 British educationalists, this text considers the evidence and suggests how further progress might be made within the moral framework of secondary education for all, irrespective of background or ability. The text includes an afterword by the Rt Hon John Prescott, MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.But at that stage of my life I can tell you a 2000 word essay was a very daunting prospect. There was one chap there in my class, a lorry driver. He seemed to be so confident. But when he was given that essay, he went back to his room, packedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Affirming the Comprehensive Ideal|
|Author||:||Richard Pring, Geoffrey Walford|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1997|