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Europeanizing Education: governing a new policy space


reviewed by John Chi-Kin Lee — January 08, 2013

coverTitle: Europeanizing Education: governing a new policy space
Author(s): Martin Lawn & Sotiria Grek
Publisher: Symposium Books, Oxford
ISBN: 1873927614, Pages: 172, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 08, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16986, Date Accessed: 12/20/2014 4:41:26 AM

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  • John Lee
    Hong Kong Institute of Education
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    LEE CHI-KIN JOHN is Vice President (Academic) and Chair Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. He is also serving, during his leave, as the Changjiang Chair Professor and Director of Asia-Pacific Institute of Curriculum and Teaching Studies (APICTS) of the Faculty of Education, Southwest University, China
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