Headmaster: England should take more holistic approach to education

03/19/2010 | Guardian (London), The

The headmaster of a top England public school is calling for a more holistic approach to education -- a departure from what he views as a system of factory schools that is turning the country's students into "well-drilled automatons". He writes that state schools should be given more autonomy over curriculum and teaching to improve student learning.

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