Curriculum Matters in Ireland
The curriculum represents our attempt to give meaning and structure to the world around us, to learn what is worth knowing and why it is important to make the effort. This work brings the significance of values in the curriculum into focus and places teachers centre stage, where they belong.
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Values and Ideologies
Equality of Educational Opportunity
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