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Using Shakespeare's Plays to Explore Education Policy Today: Neoliberalism through the lens of Renaissance humanism - Sophie Ward


Shakespeare is revered as the greatest writer in the English language, yet education reform in the English-speaking world is informed primarily by the 'market order', rather than the kind of humani



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Using Shakespeare's Plays to Explore Education Policy Today: Neoliberalism through the lens of Renaissance humanism - Sophie Ward


Shakespeare is revered as the greatest writer in the English language, yet education reform in the English-speaking world is informed primarily by the 'market order', rather than the kind of humani