Holland's attack stirs debate on training needs

Littlefield, David
April 1995
People Management;4/6/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p10
Presents the views of former top civil servant Geoffrey Holland on the education and training system in Great Britain. Criticisms on the national curriculum, corporate investment in staff development, and Tec-funded vocational training; Problem identified at primary school stage; Holland's proposals to upgrade the education system.


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