There's an entire book of examples - Daisy Christodoulou's Seven Myth's About Education. There are examples from OfSTED reports of teachers being criticised for telling students things, but then also praise for students knowing things, as if they should magically come to know them. I haven't collated a list of examples, but a lot of criticisms of the new National Curriculum, and criticism from the unions, seems to be that it's too fact based - particularly from English and History teachers. There's also a lot of implied criticism of knowledge - I suppose I'm thinking about this sort of thing. There's also the first paragraph in this article. The last paragraph on this page is also worth a look.