Priority in education reform

FOR decades, education reform has been touted as the cure-all for our social, economic and political problems.

But critics argue that it is an illusion, as all they are seeing is a system overwhelmed by a constant barrage of initiatives, standardised tests and ever-changing curricular – all in pursuit of an unattainable ideal of universal excellence.

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