Posted on by anna pultar
Wednesday, 22 February, 1-2 pm (CMB Conference room 2.15) Comprehensive schooling and competing visions and rationalities in centre-left parties’ education policy Anna Pultar, PhD researcher in Social Policy Comprehensive schooling has belonged to one of the most politicised issues in education policy in Europe. It is commonly presented as a partisan conflict between the political …Continue Reading
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