England's secondary-school curriculum is criticised as "too vague"

10/20/2009 | Guardian (London), The

Some important scientific lessons are being lost in England's "vague" secondary-school curriculum, according to the Cambridge Assessment exam board. The board specifically criticises a decision to remove lessons on photosynthesis from the science curriculum and says it's no longer clear what needs to be taught.

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