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James Dyson argues the case for D&T

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by gailrobinson, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. Traditional areas of study are in fashion with ministers, while others risk marginalisation and decline including Design and Technology.
    In this week's TES Sir James Dyson argues the case for D&T
    Read the full article - Link between creativity and practicality
     
  2. Traditional areas of study are in fashion with ministers, while others risk marginalisation and decline including Design and Technology.
    In this week's TES Sir James Dyson argues the case for D&T
    Read the full article - Link between creativity and practicality
     
  3. Good article.
    I had wondered why Sir James has been so quiet on this issue.
     

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