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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 32, Number 2, 1 March 2000

Editorial
pp. 141-141(1)
Author: Sockett, Hugh

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Liberal education: an overlapping pragmatic consensus
pp. 143-158(16)
Author: Education, Defining Liberal

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Retrospective on educational testing and assessment in the 20th century
pp. 159-181(23)
Authors: Clarke, Marguerite M.; Madaus, George F.; Horn, Catherine L.; Ramos, Miguel A.

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Feminism and curriculum: getting our act together
pp. 183-197(15)
Authors: Grumet, Madeleine; Stone, Lynda

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Generational influences on contemporary curriculum thought
pp. 199-214(16)
Authors: Sears, James T.; Marshall, J. Dan

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Unpacking child-centredness: a history of meanings
pp. 215-234(20)
Authors: Chung, Shunah; Walsh, Daniel J.

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What's left in the field . . . a curriculum memoir
pp. 253-266(14)
Author: Miller, Janet L.

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Imagining futures: the public school and possibility
pp. 267-280(14)
Author: Greene, Maxine

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Moral language and pedagogical experience
pp. 315-327(13)
Author: Manen, Max Van

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Locating curriculum studies in the global village
pp. 329-342(14)
Author: Gough, Noel

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