The politics of education and the misrecognition of Wales

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Power, Sally A. R.;

This paper examines the positioning of the Welsh education system within contemporary policy debate and analysis. It begins by outlining some of the ways in which education policy and provision in Wales differs from that of its neighbour, England, and then goes on to cr... View more
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