Parliament fails on education reform, in spite of public support

Macháček, Jan
February 2002
Prague Business Journal;2/18/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
Comments on the failure of the lower house of Parliament on education reform inspite of public support. Annual meeting of the World Economic Forum; Justification on the fiscal sources for education; Appreciation of education as an individual investment.


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