Alternative education and community engagement: Making education a priority

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This book explores the ethical and philosophical issues behind the provision of market-led alternative education. The volume examines the models of Free, Studio, Supplementary and Co-operative school provisions, asking whether a market-based approach to delivering higher standards of education actually works.

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Clennon, O. D., Earl, C., & Andrews, K. (2014). Alternative education and community engagement: Making education a priority. Alternative Education and Community Engagement: Making Education a Priority (pp. 1–141). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137415417

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