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In 1973 a new curriculum, which was taken from a pilot project, served as the basis for planning the new secondary school courses on chemistry. The recommendations from inspectors and other officials of the Ministry of Education were used as a basis for the curriculum which was officially started in 1976. Since then it has become the current curriculum for our secondary schools. Each teacher has some flexibility in planning the work and receives advice and training, as will be described later. The contents are organised in fifteen blocks of subjects as an heterodox course of general, inorganic and organic chemistry, taken by all the students at this level for two years (4th and 5th).
Courses for technicians vary from country to country and even within a country. Some are wholly 'on site', others wholly in a college, others a mixture of the two systems. One of the most significant aspects of the reports has been concerned with in-service training of professional chemists in industry. The extent of interaction between industries and teachers (at both secondary and tertiary level) depends on many factors, including the development of the 25 chemical industry itself. We read that there is little interaction in Brazil, Indonesia and Tunisia.
H. Johnstone, Education in Chemistry, 11, 50 (1974). 51. L. Lewis, Physics Education, 13, 340 (1978). 52. J. Fensham, Social content in chemistry courses, CHEMED 1973. Royal Australian Chemical Institute, p222. 53. J. Gazo and A. Sirota, International Newsletter on Chemical Education, _3, 4 (1975). 54. J. Gazo, International Newsletter on Chemical Education, 7_, 8 (1977). 55. M. Gardner, Pure and Applied Chemistry, 50, 563 (1978). 56. H. Freemantle, Pure and Applied Chemistry, 50, 545 (1978). 57.
Chemical Education in the Seventies by A. Kornhauser