The Values of Scottish Comprehensive Schooling

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 58 Number 2 (2016)

The Values of Scottish Comprehensive Schooling
DANIEL MURPHY, LINDA CROXFORD, CATHY HOWIESON, pages 167-176
DOI: 10.15730/forum.2016.58.2.167

Abstract

It is just over 50 years since the government circulars in Scotland, England and Wales which signalled an intention to abolish selection and reform secondary schooling along comprehensive lines. Each country's policy trajectories since then have been quite different. In this article the authors reflect on more than 50 years of comprehensive education in Scotland and assess its achievements and challenges.

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DANIEL MURPHY, LINDA CROXFORD, CATHY HOWIESON (2016) The Values of Scottish Comprehensive Schooling, FORUM, 58(2), 167-176

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