February 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 1, p13
Presents several issues related to education. Role of neoliberalism in knowledge capital; Estimated amount needed to provide the 100 million out-of-school children with good quality primary education; Concern expressed by New Zealand secondary principals about the threat posed by romantic neo-traditionalism to democracy.


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