The Dudley Social Education Project

Journal of Moral Education 14 (3):177-182 (1985)
Abstract The paper describes the setting up and implementation of an initiative in social education in Dudley, jointly supported by Dudley LEA and The Social Morality Council. The programme developed out of earlier work in the authority including the production of a syllabus in social education for 13?18 year olds and was in direct response to the perceived needs of schools. Work was undertaken in several schools with a special emphasis on establishing links between schools, the community and employers and was monitored by surveying the views of parents, pupils, teachers and employers. The report describes the development of the role of advisory teacher, of involvement of various external agencies, the production of resource materials and summarizes the evaluators? key ?findings? resulting from the project. This information, it is hoped, may be of interest to other schools and LEAs which may be considering a social education programme
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