Lesson-drawing in Public Policy: A Guide to Learning Across Time and Space

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Chatham House Publishers, Jan 1, 1993 - Political Science - 176 pages
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Lesson-drawing in Public Policy introduces readers to a novel way of thinking about the familiar problems of public policy. It sets out the crucial questions that must be asked in order to draw logical and empirically sound conclusions from observing experiences in the past, or in other places.

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Contents

Learning from ExperienceConsciously and Unconsciously i
1
What Is Lessondrawing?
19
Searching for Lessons
50
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Richard Rose is Professor of Inclusive Education and Director of the Centre for Education and Research, University of Northampton. He has previously held teaching posts in several parts of the UK including a time as headteacher. Richard has researched and published extensively in the area of special and inclusive education both in the UK and internationally. He is Director of Project IRIS, a longitudinal study of special needs provision in the Republic of Ireland. Richard works regularly in India and has also conducted research and consultancy in several other countries including Georgia, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Estonia.

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