Education in France: Continuity and Change in the Mitterrand Years 1981-1995

1st Edition

Anne Corbett, Bob Moon

Routledge
Published April 4, 1996
Reference - 428 Pages
ISBN 9780415112383 - CAT# RU12784

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Summary

In common with most industrialised countries, France has undertaken an ambitious programme of education reform over the last fifteen years. This book uses key extracts from contemporary writing to examine exactly how and why that process has happened, focusing on all stages of the education system. Sections cover the main characteristics of school reform in France, its aims and objectives, a discussion of the desirability of and politics surrounding the reform process, and explorations of classroom practice, the changing role of parents, standards in schools, and the curriculum. Because of its high quality, wide and up-to-date coverage of the area, this book will be a vital reference text for all those working in this field.

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