New Zealand can offer lessons to Brits planning major reforms

10/19/2004 | Guardian (London), The

Reporter David Cohen believes that as it contemplates a radical overhaul to its secondary education, Britain should heed the experiences of New Zealand, which is in the final year of a three-year curriculum shake-up. Philip Smith, president of New Zealand's post-primary teachers' association, warns that no system is tamper-proof and says teachers are now doing more work with less support.

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