In recent years there has been a significant growth in the numbers of informal educators working in formal educational settings like schools and colleges. The narrowing of the focus of classroom teachers and lecturers particularly pre schooling in usa they deal with increased workloads and the national curriculum.
A desire to ensure that school and college life is marked by reasonable behaviour and is attractive to potential students and their parents. However, with the failure of many of the formalizing initiatives such as literacy hour to engage the interests of children there has been movement. In addition, growing resistance on the part of schools and teachers to the ways in which a broad and balanced primary curriculum has been compromised by the national tests and strategies has played a part in the search for pedagogic alternatives. CCPs , the community curriculum would both give real meaning to children’s voice and begin the process of community enrichment and regeneration where it matters. Secondary schooling If we approach informal education as process that is conversation-driven then we can see that there are various spaces for activity within schools and colleges. A second has been an interest in extra-curricular activity – in part a throw-back to some of the ideals and practices of Victorian public schools.