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Routledgefalmer Guide to Key Debates in Education
In Key issues in education policy pp. Ward, Stephen and Christine Eden.
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What school rules? - spiked
Please log in from an authenticated institution or log into your member profile to access the email feature. Parent to child after his first day at school: How did you like school today? We tend to take for granted the fact that children go to school. Some take to it immediately; others are less easily persuaded of the benefits of spending six hours a day away from home.
Schooling is perhaps the most important way in which the state intervenes in the life of the family and the individual. Education does not have to depend on the state: it can happen in independent schools, at home, between friends and for individuals working alone, but since the end of the nineteenth century the state has CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Remember me?
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