Diversity and Change: Education, Policy and Selection - Edited by John Ahier, Ben Cosin & Margaret HalesRoutledgeFalmer, 2000, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. Lightly rubbed at the tips of the wrappers. Light reading creases to the spine. Text complete, clean and tight.
A Later Printing.
From the cover: “It is not only the UK education system which has recently undergone a process of change, although it has certainly been one of the most dramatically affected. Free market conceptions have played their part in these changes, particularly throughout the European Union. This collection focuses on the economic and social contexts for education both in the UK and internationally and how these have had an impact on the education systems of different countries.
The authors write from a wide range of standpoints, some supportive and some critical of the new paradigms, but all focus on the traditions which have been subjected to ideological attacks and the processes and outcomes of those attacks.
This reader will be useful to all those studying or interested in education policy, especially within the context of the European Union.”