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The Uncertain Character of Recent Educational Reform in Greece

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  • Academic Studies In Education
  • Education


This article outlines the main education reforms that have taken place in Greece from the 1960s until the present. The author discusses how the direction of these reforms has been influenced not only by ‘global’ pressures for ‘modernization’ but also by the distinctive socio-cultural Greek context. The conclusion stresses that despite the various attempts to reform the Greek education system key issues about the purposes of education provision remain unresolved.

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