Curriculum change and contextual realities in South African education : cui bono?

Show simple item record Jansen, Jonathan D. 2007-01-10T11:34:00Z 2007-01-10T11:34:00Z 1988-11
dc.description.abstract Evaluates two South African curriculum change projects (Science Education Project and Fort Hare Project) that illustrate the difficulty of instituting meaningful change while working within the confines of the state school system. Concludes that control of schools by the state, supremacist ideology in curricula, and institutionalization of inequality are barriers to change within the system. en
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dc.identifier.citation Jansen, J D 1988, ‘Curriculum change and contextual realities in South African education: cui bono?’, Journal of Curriculum Studies, vol. 20, issue 6, pp. 521-527. [] en
dc.identifier.issn 0022-0272
dc.identifier.issn 1366-5839
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Taylor & Francis en
dc.rights Taylor & Francis en
dc.subject Curriculum problems en
dc.subject Educational change en
dc.subject Discrimination in education en
dc.subject Educational philosophy en
dc.subject Government school relationship en
dc.subject Access to education en
dc.subject Black studies en
dc.subject Curriculum development en
dc.subject Educational improvement en
dc.subject Foreign countries en
dc.subject Political influences en
dc.subject Political power en
dc.subject Racial discrimination en
dc.subject Science curriculum en
dc.subject Secondary education en
dc.subject Teacher education en
dc.subject Fort Hare Project (FHP) en
dc.subject Science Education Project (SEP) en
dc.subject Apartheid en
dc.subject Education -- South Africa en
dc.title Curriculum change and contextual realities in South African education : cui bono? en
dc.type Article en

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