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Educational objectives in the 1980s

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Professor of education and head, education department at Keele University, Chairman of the editorial board of the European Journal of Educationand currently consultant to OECD projects on ‘Adolescence’ and ‘Basic Education’. Author of The Ecology of the School, Sociology of the School Curriculum, Decision Making in the Classroomand School-based Curriculum Development in Britain.A number of ideas in this article are further developed in these books.

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Eggleston, J. Educational objectives in the 1980s. Prospects 10, 294–303 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02220369

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