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Economic Rationalism and Educational Reform : Vocational Education and Training for Students With Disabilities in New South Wales, Australia

Yamanaka, Saeko,

Academic Literature

2006

This article examines the advanced transition state of education reforms in New South Wales in the late 1980's and considers frameworks enforced in the curriculum. It also covers the skills required for possible career options post-graduation, sheds light on educational needs for students with disabilities, and reviews how educational outcomes meet the actual situation for competences necessary in business.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : The Japanese Journal of Special Education

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Education, Economic participation

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