Government intervention and the problem of knowledge in education policy
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This paper seeks to explore possible connections between the range of work in the sociology of education concerned with the role of government in promoting marketisation and choice in education and the issues around knowledge and the curriculum that I and others such as Muller (2000) in Capetown and Moore (Moore 2004) in Cambridge have been concerned with.
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