Education between States, Markets, and Civil Society: Comparative Perspectives

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Acknowledgments

An earlier version of this chapter was presented at the 18th Conference of the Comparative Education Society in Europe/CESE: State-Market-Civil Society. Models of Social Order and the Future of European Education, July 1998, Groningen, The Netherlands. We wish to thank Wendy Naylor for her helpful comments on an earlier draft.


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