Better Science 1: Key Proposals

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Key Proposals was the first in a series of 12 booklets published by Heinemann and the Association for Science Education to explore the issues arising from moving towards a broad and balanced science education for all young people. The main purpose of this booklet was to summarise the main recommendations of the Review and their implications.

Contents
SECTION ONE The Secondary Science Curriculum Review 
*Why the Review was set up 
*Where the money has come from 
*Organisation of the Review 
*Successes and failures 
SECTION TWO Science for all: SSCR recommendations 
SECTION THREE Resource implications 
*For children 
*For science teachers 
*For science departments 
*For schools 
*For Local Education Authorities 
*For the Government of the day 
APPENDIX Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council Department of Education Authority reply to the SSCR proposals 
General reading list 
References 
Index for Better Science: Curriculum Guides

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