Providing a curriculum: The A.C.T. experiment
Collins, C. (1989) Providing a curriculum: The A.C.T. experiment. Curriculum perspectives, 9 (2). pp. 56-61.
In these conservative days when rhetoric about top-down steering capacity is automatically intoned, and a management ideology is cemented through astronomical salaries for education bureaucrats, it is time for historians to resurrect and appraise the last push in the opposite direction. I refer to the revisionist, anti-hierarchical movement commonly called progressivism, which gathered force in the late '60s, making its presence felt most strongly in the Whitlam era...
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Education|
|Publisher:||Australian Curriculum Studies Association|
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