Complete 40 pages APA formatted article: What Is The Primary Teacher’s Perspective of History in the National Curriculum today in Keystage 1. Government policy (both conservative and Labour)has been bitterly criticised for providing a system which is either too elitist or insufficiently so, wasteful of human resources, which is insufficiently demanding of the nation’s children, or which simply fails to compete with the education systems of other industrialised countries. During their long period of government the Conservatives sought to eliminate some of this criticisms in accordance with their political philosophy. The results have been mixed and controversial. On coming into office Labour made education its priority for fundamental transformation. It said it wished to avoid the ideological warfare of previous administrations. The controversy surrounding education results partly from particular historical developments, briefly described below, but also from awareness that the broad mass of schools perform less well than their counterparts in other industrialised countries.
New laws have been introduced to implement the Government’s education reforms, the most significant of which are the Educational reforms Act 1988, the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 and the Education Acts of 1993 and 1994.
promote value for money through the local or devolved management of schools by delegating responsibility for budget and management decisions directly to school level for all primary, secondary and special schools.
build on the success of city technology colleges in urban areas and establish a network of technology colleges to provide free secondary education with a strong bias towards science, technology and mathematics.
improve teaching quality, notably through the introduction of teacher appraisal and by reforms in teacher training to focus on practical skills in the classroom, to ensure that the National Gallery is taught adequately.