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Curriculum Change in Pakistan: An Alternative Model of Change

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This paper mainly describes an account of factors which affect the curriculum change process in Pakistan. However, the nature of the factors portray a similar situation across the developing and developed countries. Furthermore, an attempt is made to develop an alternate theoretical model of the curriculum change process with a view to improving the existing process of curriculum change. The curriculum negotiation in the model serves as a basis for the development of a new curriculum. The remaining elements of the model such as policy, curriculum materials, professional development, and support system have also equal importance and their feasibility has been assessed in the light of related literature.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Aga Khan University

Publication date: January 1, 1997

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