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ICT Policy and Implementation in Education: Cases in Canada, Northern Ireland and Ireland
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European Journal of Education Volume 48, Number 1, ISSN 0141-8211

Abstract

Countries with similar levels of economic development often implement different education ICT policies. Much of the existing research attributes such differences to economic and political factors. In this paper, we examine the development of ICT policy and implementation in the two parts of Ireland and in two Canadian provinces and find that historical, social and cultural differences also play an important role in the way ICT policies develop. In particular, we see differing historical perceptions of the role of the state and church in education playing a more important role than has hitherto been recognized. (Contains 2 notes.)

Citation

Austin, R. & Hunter, B. (2013). ICT Policy and Implementation in Education: Cases in Canada, Northern Ireland and Ireland. European Journal of Education, 48(1), 178-192. Retrieved September 23, 2019 from .

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