It is difficult to circumscribe the realm of education policy because opinions differ over the extent to which certain matters should be taught or learned, and how they should be taught or learned. Education policies themselves ‘project definitions of what counts as education’ (Ball, 1990: 3), with the religious, work-related, nationalistic and ideological content of education varying across countries.
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