Education in Scotland: performance in a devolved policy area
AbstractAs the people of Scotland consider their vote in next year's referendum, what evidence is there that the nation can succeed 'on its own'? Gill Wyness and colleagues explore how Scotland compares with the rest of the UK in education, an area of public policy that is already highly devolved.
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Scotland; education policy; devolution;
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