Education Policy-Making in Wales

Explorations in Devolved Governance

Editor(s): Richard Daugherty Robert Phillips Gareth Rees

Language: English

Genre(s): Welsh Interest

  • December 2000 · 250pages · 216x138mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708316320

About The Book

This work considers the extent to which Wales has develped its own educational agenda in a range of areas from primary school to higher education. The limitations of this autonomy in relation to London are also examined.

Endorsements

"...this topical collection of essays merits attention as much for the scope and diversity of the perspectives they present as for the authority of its contributors...strongly recommended as an authoritative review of education policy study pertaining to Wales." British Journal of Educational Studies

'...a worthwhile addition to most educational libraries and a useful port-of-call for anyone seeking a ready overview of how education in Wales evolved to its present state.' History of Education

About the Editor(s)

Richard Daugherty

Richard Daugherty is an Honorary Professor in the Cardiff School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University.

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Robert Phillips

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Gareth Rees

Professor Gareth Rees is Lecturer in Sociology in the School of Social and Administrative Studies at the University of Wales College of Cardiff. He is the author of Cities in Crisis (Edward Arnold, 1985) and has edited Poverty and Social Inequality in Wales (Croom Helm, 1980), Political Action and Social Identity (Macmillan, 1985), and Restructuring Capital (Macmillan, 1986).

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