Narodowy Program Nauczania w kontekście transformacji systemu oświaty Wielkiej Brytanii
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In this article I present consequences of Education Reform 1988. I describe education transformation towards a centralized system of education, which is associated with introducing the National Curriculum in schools in Great Britain . However the term “education” is understood not only as related to learning and teaching but as a social activity that can take place in many different environments and can be related not only to pupils or students, but to babies, toddlers and adults as well. Changes that are observed nowadays in Great Britain are based on the assumption that whatever we do is educational, every experience is a source of knowledge, so it is very important to provide stimulating environments for children, and support for parents to be able to do their duties properly. that is why in this article I pay so much attention to close cooperation between schooling system and social support in that country. The National Curriculum initiated by Educational Reform 1988 was an important base for creating standards and aims for non-compulsory education (for children up to 5). In my opinion this document was very revolutionary not only for British schooling system but also for the care and nursing systems. It was intended to centralize the teaching system but effected with a centrally coordinated system of bringing the citizens up.
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