National Curriculum

National Curriculum
United Kingdom
A curriculum for schools created under section 2 of the Education Reform Act 1988. The National Curriculum was introduced to standardise content taught across schools for the purposes of assessing pupils' achievement.
It is the duty of the Secretary of State to establish a National Curriculum and to revise it where necessary.
The National Curriculum is and developed and assessed by the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency.

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