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|Description:||xix, 211 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Educational development or at least leave it as it is: the politics of no change; the development of the NICED - primary guidelines; a programme of curriculum review and development in secondary schools; the trawl project 1983-1987 - assumptions, intentions and effects. Part 2 Practice what you preach: the primary guideline initiative - a view from practice; the development of an integrated school. Part 3 Issues facing schools in Northern Ireland: notes on working with less able boys in West Belfast; managing a small primary school; youthways - training "at risk"; adolescents; education within a selective system; segregation and integration in Northern Ireland's education system; curriculum in small primary schools; policy implications of a study of persistent absentees; YTP - some lessons for education?; schools under scrutiny.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Leslie Caul.|
- Education -- Northern Ireland.
- Education -- Curricula -- Northern Ireland.
- School management and organization -- Northern Ireland.
- Underachievers -- Education -- Northern Ireland.
- Northern Ireland
- Education -- Curricula.
- School management and organization.
- Underachievers -- Education.
- Northern Ireland.