Inclusion: The Dynamic Of School Development: The Dynamic of School Development
Inclusion: The Dynamic of School Development examines the dominant influence of the discourse of deviance on the history of education policy in the West during the twentieth century. The book concludes by articulating an alternative vision of the relationship between education and society for education policy, pedagogy and the curriculum.
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