Science education for a pluralist society

An exploration of how a school science education should be provided so that it is appropriate for the entire school population. It argues that all too often the model of science held in school science education, the way science is taught and the specific content matter learned, are too narrow in outlook.


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Author(s)Michael J Reiss
Age11-14, 14-16
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