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Baker, Paddy
February 2003
Works Management;Feb2003, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p5
Comments on the educational reform in Great Britain. Reduction of primary school class sizes; Introduction of national tests at various ages; Addition of literacy and numeracy hours to the national curriculum.


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