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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Editorial
Author(s): Philippou, Stavroula
Priestley, Mark
Issue Date: Mar-2022
Date Deposited: 24-Jan-2022
Citation: Philippou S & Priestley M (2022) Editorial. Curriculum Journal, 33 (1), pp. 1-4.
Abstract: First paragraph: This is the first issue of The Curriculum Journal in 2022. It is an Editorial we were hoping to write with some better indication, or at least more hopeful signs, of what the future may hold with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has been affecting every aspect of the human and non-human world; yet it is a period when the pandemic continues to shape shift in unpredictable ways and challenge us on local, regional and global levels. What seems to remain constant has been the centrality of school curricula, and access to them, in shaping human experience and knowledge of such situations, urging us to sustain dialogue and debate over the kinds of curricula intended and enacted within and beyond schooling. In this issue, all papers and the two book reviews engage in such dialogue and debate, even if they do not focus on the pandemic as such.
DOI Link: 10.1002/curj.145
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