Developing Diversity through Specialisation in Secondary Education : Comparing Approaches in New Zealand and England

@inproceedings{Higham2008DevelopingDT,
  title={Developing Diversity through Specialisation in Secondary Education : Comparing Approaches in New Zealand and England},
  author={Jeremy Lorne Higham and Paul Sharp and Mark Priestley},
  year={2008}
}
The paper compares approaches to curriculum specialisation in secondary education in New Zealand and England. In both countries there have been movements towards increased specialisation, though these have been quite different in form and scope. In both countries specialisation cannot be divorced from broader education policies designed to increase devolution and choice and the paper discusses these contexts before analysing the different approaches to specialisation and attempting an… CONTINUE READING

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