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Curricular economics in secondary education: An emerging crisis in developing countries

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Former Senior Sociologist in the Research Division in the Education Department of the World Bank. His latest books includeThe Question of Education and Economic Development (1986) andInvesting in Education—A Quarter Century of World Bank Experience (1985). He has also written numerous articles on the economics of education.

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Heyneman, S.P. Curricular economics in secondary education: An emerging crisis in developing countries. Prospects 17, 63–74 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02195159

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  • Secondary Education
  • Curricular Economic