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Policy Formulation and Enactment

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This chapter explores the challenges, issues and potential of Design and Technology Education as an active contributor in transformational change working towards a sustainable future. The focus is on the process of policy formulation, through translation, into practice and implementation in Design and Technology education in schools. Overall, the aim is to examine what is central to change, the key stakeholders, and what might be considered the inhibitors to enactment of policy and practice change.

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  • Fair Trade
  • Technology Education
  • Policy Formulation
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  • Transformational Change

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Mclaren, S.V. (2015). Policy Formulation and Enactment. In: Stables, K., Keirl, S. (eds) Environment, Ethics and Cultures. International Technology Education Studies, vol 5. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-938-8_9

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