EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Sustainable Development in the new Key Stage 3 Curriculum

Khan, Muhammad Raza
July 2008
Environmental Education;Summer2008, Vol. 88, p36
The article provides information on the impact of the revised curriculum Key Stage 3 in England. The author stated that the revision of the KS3 is intended to increase flexibility in a way the curriculum is being taught and learned in schools. He added that the revisions provided a direct references to sustainable development and sustainability in the introductory section which outlines the aims, purposes and values of the curriculum. However, the cross-curriculum dimensions are not a statutory part of the revised curriculum.


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