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Welcome to the March edition of Subtext

Welcome to the March edition of Subtext, the Education Forum's monthly newsletter.


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This month we devote a special edition of Subtext to the topic of school choice.

We look at how it has been implemented in six very different countries: Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United States.

We provide links to a wide range of online school choice resources.

We look at what steps New Zealand has taken towards school choice.

... and much more.

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