Educational Choice: Necessary But Not Sufficient


Bruce Wilkinson
1994 | 150 pages

This third volume in IRPP’s series on education provides a fresh look at the issue of choice. The author reviews the arguments for and against greater choice in Canadian schools and concludes that it would lead to greater equity, efficiency and accountability. With his views debated by two eminent commentators, this fascinating work will interest all those with a stake in the debate

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