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Brown Margaret, Millett Alison, Bibby Tamara & Johnson David C. (2000). « Turning Our Attention from the What to the How: the National Numeracy Strategy ». British Educational Research Journal, vol. 26, n° 4, p. 457–471. ISSN 0141-1926. En ligne : <>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1080/713651570
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0141-1926
BibTeX citation key: Brown2000a
Categories: General
Keywords: éducation prioritaire, mathématiques, politique éducative, résultat de recherche, test normalisé
Creators: Bibby, Brown, Johnson, Millett
Collection: British Educational Research Journal
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This article examines the policy of the UK Labour Government between 1997 and 1999 in relation to the production and implementation of the National Numeracy Strategy, within the structure of context of influence, context of policy texts and context of practice. It examines its roots in, and differences from, numeracy and mathematics policies of previous regimes. Some tensions between the philosophies of modernisation and traditionalism, which are represented among those responsible for the New Labour education policies and which are reflected in the National Numeracy Strategy are discussed. Finally, evidence from the context of practice demonstrates that despite the attempt at tight prescription and control, cyclical recontextualisation and multiple interpretations exist.
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