Report by HM Inspectors on British School Technology 1986

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This report by HM Inspectors begins by outlining the history of the British School Technology (BST), its terms of reference and the extent of the operation in terms of the numbers of teachers trained. Details are given of inspections carried out and a more detailed description of the work carried out by BST at Trent Polytechnic including details of the Training the Trainers course.

The next section looks at Local Education Authority (LEA) based training programmes followed by a section looking in detail at the work carried out by BST at Carleton, Bedfordshire followed by a review of the partnership between BST and the LEA. The report looks at organisation and management and concludes with a commentary looking at the place of technology in the curriculum.

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