Education professionalism and New Times: an international and democratic model. Prof. Ken Spours Centre for Post-14 Research and Innovation Institute of Education, University of London. Three global models of education ( Sahlberg , 2007).
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Prof. Ken Spours
Centre for Post-14 Research and Innovation
Institute of Education, University of London
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