The curriculum design and development process : a consideration of the curriculum process within a centralised-decentralised decision making frame
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The provision of school curricula is a continuing concern. There is debate on what form a curriculum should take, what it should contain and by whom it should be constructed. Recently, education systems have allowed curriculum decision making to be partially decentralised. This has forced upon systems and ,schools the need for a thorough analysis and understanding of the processes of curriculum development and evaluation, and of the effects, of centralised and de-centralised decision-making on these processes. Moreover, there is a need to set the analysis outcomes within the centralised-decentralised decision making frame so that attendant resources and support requirements can be anticipated. This dissertation seeks to develop such an analysis and to identify consequent requirements for teacher development.
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