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Education and the tyranny of numbers

education and the tyranny of numbers

Stephen J Ball  We are now, as Jenny Ozga aptly puts it, ‘governed by numbers’. Numbers in different aspects of our lives rate, compare and allocate us to categories. Numbers define our worth, measure our effectiveness, and in a myriad

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