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High Stakes Policy and Mandated Curriculum : A Rhetorical Argumentation Analysis to Explore the Social Processes That Shape School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Strategic Responses

Bibliographic reference Dulude, Eliane ; Spillane, James P. ; Dumay, Xavier. High Stakes Policy and Mandated Curriculum : A Rhetorical Argumentation Analysis to Explore the Social Processes That Shape School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Strategic Responses. In: Educational Policy, Vol. 31, p. 364-403 (2015)
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