England has by far the largest amount, frequency, and scope of
educational law-based reform in the world. Since the beginning of
the 1990s to 2011, a major education bill, not far bin size from No
Child Left Behind, was accepted by England's parliament every two
and a half years. This book presents England's legislation-based
educational reform between 2000 and 2011 -- the landscape,
politics, agendas and voices from the field -- and attempts to... more...