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Ajegbo Keith, Kiwan Dina & Sharma Seema (2007). Curriculum review : Diversity and citizenship. Nottingham : DfES Publications. En ligne : <http://publications.edu ... y_&_Citizenship.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Ajegbo2007a
Categories: General
Keywords: Angleterre, Ă©ducation civique
Creators: Ajegbo, Kiwan, Sharma
Publisher: DfES Publications (Nottingham)
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URLs     http://publication ... _&_Citizenship.pdf
Abstract     
"This independent review, led by Sir Keith Ajegbo, makes a series of recommendations aimed at promoting diversity across the schools curriculum and the content of the curriculum for Citizenship Education.

The key proposal is that the secondary curriculum for Citizenship Education should include a new element entitled 'Identity and Diversity: Living Together in the UK'. This will mean that all pupils, as part of compulsory secondary Citizenship Education, would be taught about shared values and life in the UK. This will be informed by an understanding of contemporary issues and relevant historical context which gave rise to them.
This approach should be supported by a range of measures to ensure that all curriculum subjects adequately reflect the diversity of modern Britain, and that schools are appropriately supported in delivery of this education for diversity."
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