Cambridge Studies in the Comparative Politics of Education aims to encourage a vigorous new line of scholarship that in substance, theory, and focus leads to the emergence of a stronger, more coherent literature on the comparative politics of education. The series will appeal to scholars of comparative politics, education, and education policy.
General Editor: Terry Moe, Stanford University, California
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