Central and Eastern European countries face daunting challenges in reforming the education bureaucracies bequeathed to them by bygone totalitarian regimes. A comparative study of educational reform in the region concludes that democratizing education depends mainly on the development of independent schools by AVIEZER TUCKER THE COLLAPSE OF COMmunism and its command economy created expectations for […]

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