Reforming Education: The New Zealand Experience, 1984-1996
The history of a major sectoral reform and its relationship to the wider government restructuring. It is based both on archival material and on interviews with many of the key figures of the period: Ministers, educators, public servants and sectoral representatives. The authors consider that the changes in education were as much a revolution from below as an imposition from above.
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