Britain's Education secretary wonders if a more open-source approach to determining what students learn--polling experts and teachers--would actually create a more tailored and useful experience.

This article titled “Gove proposes ‘wiki curriculum'” was written by Jeevan Vasagar, education editor, for The Guardian on Wednesday 11th January 2012 17.43 UTC

A “wiki” approach to designing the curriculum that would allow teachers and experts to collaborate in tailoring lessons for schools is being proposed by the education secretary, Michael Gove.

The new approach to the curriculum for every subject draws inspiration from a US military counterinsurgency strategy outlined in Thomas Friedman’s latest book, That Used to Be Us.

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