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Document Number: 1379

Deregulation in Education MS Word - In the early part of this century, public school systems primarily were decentralized or deregulated, that is, governed and controlled by the local community. It was not until the mid-1980s that states began to experiment seriously again with the idea of reducing rules and regulation. This policy brief defines the elements within the deregulation movement, briefly highlights what the research says about deregulation and presents arguments for and against deregulation. (Amy Anderson, Education Commission of the States, May 1997)...
Author: Amy Anderson
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