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An entire generation of Scottish school pupils are in danger of being failed by the education system, an eminent expert has warned a Holyrood inquiry into a reduction in subject choice.

Professor Jim Scott, of Dundee University, compared the reduction in subjects at S4 to a "virus that spread round the north of Scotland" with "outbreaks in the south and south-west".

He told Holyrood's education committee that an entire generation could go past without a "good experience in education" and there was "little evidence" to substantiate Scottish Government claims they now have more time for skills and vocational training.

Called for a mid-session review of the controversial Curriculum for Excellence,...

An entire generation of Scottish school pupils are in danger of being failed by the education system, an eminent expert has warned a Holyrood inquiry into a reduction in subject choice.

Professor Jim Scott, of Dundee University, compared the reduction in subjects at S4 to a "virus that spread round the north of Scotland" with "outbreaks in the south and south-west".

He told Holyrood's education committee that an entire generation could go past without a "good experience in education" and there was "little evidence" to substantiate Scottish Government claims they now have more time for skills and vocational training.

Called for a mid-session review of the controversial Curriculum for Excellence,...

An entire generation of Scottish school pupils are in danger of being failed by the education system, an eminent expert has warned a Holyrood inquiry into a reduction in subject choice.

Professor Jim Scott, of Dundee University, compared the reduction in subjects at S4 to a "virus that spread round the north of Scotland" with "outbreaks in the south and south-west".

He told Holyrood's education committee that an entire generation could go past without a "good experience in education" and there was "little evidence" to substantiate Scottish Government claims they now have more time for skills and vocational training.

Called for a mid-session review of the controversial Curriculum for Excellence,...

An entire generation of Scottish school pupils are in danger of being failed by the education system, an eminent expert has warned a Holyrood inquiry into a reduction in subject choice.

Professor Jim Scott, of Dundee University, compared the reduction in subjects at S4 to a "virus that spread round the north of Scotland" with "outbreaks in the south and south-west".

He told Holyrood's education committee that an entire generation could go past without a "good experience in education" and there was "little evidence" to substantiate Scottish Government claims they now have more time for skills and vocational training.

Called for a mid-session review of the controversial Curriculum for Excellence,...