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    Norman Hanscombe

    The use of terms such as ‘wellbeing’ may be new, but the issues were well-known in the 1960s when my job with Commonwealth Scholarships led me to taking a closer interest in the area of early childhood development. Decades of research into this topic was [along with much else which had proved highly effective in education generally] thrown out by allegedly ‘progressive thinkers(sic)” who made their careers by introducing changes which left students worse off than had been the case previously.
    With so many in leading positions whose careers depended upon the mistakes they implemented, there’s no easy way out of the educational quagmires now flourishing in Western Society.

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