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'Scottish Studies' sna sgoiltean

Unread post by faoileag » Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:20 pm

Bha rudan mar sin againne san sgoil mar-thà, ach 's dòcha nach robh sinne ach fòrtanach leis an t-seann luchd-teagaisg a bha againn.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/educ ... bled=false
New Scottish Studies topic for all pupils

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ALASDAIR ALLAN: Subject not designed to promote nationalism.

Andrew Denholm Education Correspondent

18 Aug 2011

ALL pupils will be expected to learn a new school topic of Scottish Studies, which explores the country’s history, literature, language and culture, a Government minister has said.

Dr Alasdair Allan, the SNP’s Minister for Learning and Skills, said he was “not interested” in creating a subject to which only some pupils had access.

He also revealed that Scottish Studies – first unveiled in the SNP’s 2011 election manifesto – would result in an externally marked exam in secondary school.
Mura h-eil sibh nur buill air làrach-lìn an Herald (tha e saor-an-asgaidh) airson an t-artaigil air fad a leughadh, tha an t-artaigil an-seo cuideachd, nas simplidh, do sgoilearan:

https://www.dailywhat.org.uk/2011/08/le ... ttish.aspx



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