14-18 - A New Vision for Secondary Education

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From , all young people will be legally required to stay in education or training until they are Kenneth Baker sees this as a historic opportunity to re-think the aims and structure of English education.

He argues that the National Curriculum should extend only to the age of 14 and that there should be four distinct pathways from to take account of young people's emerging interests talents and ambitions: Liberal Arts; Technical; Sports and Creative Arts; and Career. All pathways will provide a broad education, but each will have a distinctive character matched to the talents and ambitions of individual students.

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In - A New Vision for Secondary Education , Kenneth Baker builds a compelling case for reform, with contributions from a range of educationalists who draw on the history of English education, practice elsewhere in the world, and their experiences. Summary of recommendations.

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By: Kenneth Baker Contributors: Mike Tomlinson, Alan Smithers, Robert B. Schwartz, Andrew Halls, David Brandon-Bravo, David Harbourne, Nigel Wyatt. Former Secretary of State for Education Kenneth Baker claims that secondary education has become a five-year programme with a single. Former Secretary of State for Education Kenneth Baker claims that secondary education has become a five-year programme with a single, narrow aim: to.

Appendix 2 The history and strengths of English middle schools. He held a series of Ministerial positions between and , including three years as Secretary of State for Education and Science He was Home Secretary from to Mike Tomlinson is a leading educationalist and chaired the Working Group on Reform which reported to the Department for Education and Skills in From , all young people will be legally required to stay in education or training until they are Kenneth Baker sees this as a historic opportunity to re-think the aims and structure of English education.

He argues that the National Curriculum should extend only to the age of 14 and that there should be four distinct pathways from to take account of young people's emerging interests talents and ambitions: Liberal Arts; Technical; Sports and Creative Arts; and Career.