First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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chapter 1|19 pages

Structural change and curriculum reform in democratic Spain

ByOliver Boyd-Barrett

chapter 2|7 pages

Turning point: the 1970 Education Act

ByPamela O’Malley

chapter 3|9 pages

Education as resistance: the ‘Alternativa’

ByPamela O’Malley

chapter 4|12 pages

The pre-history of educational reform in Spain*

ByJosé María Maravall

chapter 5|12 pages

Preamble to LOGSE*

ByMinisterio de Educación y Ciencia, 1990

chapter 6|14 pages

Educational reform in Spain and in the UK: a comparative perspective

ByOliver Boyd-Barrett

chapter 7|15 pages

Problems of implementation in Spanish educational reform*

ByJavier Doz Orrit

chapter 8|8 pages

Finding the evidence*

ByMark Blaug, Francisco Bosch, Javier Díaz

chapter 9|11 pages

Education in the State of Autonomous Communities*

ByJoan Carlos Gallego Herrerz

chapter 10|13 pages

The process of pedagogic reform*

ByJosé Jimeno Sacristán

chapter 11|14 pages

The value of diversity and the diversity of value*

ByMariano Fernández Enguita

chapter 12|13 pages

The place of evaluation in educational reform*

ByAngel Chico Bias

chapter 13|12 pages

The Spanish Inspectorate in search of a modern model of inspection*

ByVicente Alvarez Areces, Arturo Pérez Collera

chapter 14|13 pages

Professionalism, unionism and educational reform*

ByAntonio Guerrero

chapter 15|10 pages

The teachers’ centres*

BySara Morgenstern de Finkel

chapter 16|16 pages

Church, State and educational reform*

ByJuan José Sanchéz de Horcajo

chapter 17|22 pages

Education and the languages of Spain

ByOliver Boyd-Barrett

chapter 18|9 pages

Vocational education in LOGSE: a new model for the future?*

ByDiego M. Justicia

chapter 19|11 pages

Training and employment*

ByAntonio José Gil Padilla

chapter 20|10 pages

University reform

ByOliver Boyd-Barrett