An appreciation of the problems encountered by curriculum innovations in England cannot truly be gained without first catching a glimpse of the educational system in this country, particularly the secondary school system. The British secondary student will usually be found in one of three basic secondary schools, i.e., the traditional grammar school, the secondary modem school, or a comprehensive secondary school.
Iowa Science Teachers' Journal
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"A Change and a Parting: Nuffield Biology in England,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 12.
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