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The Ahern Committee and the Education Policymaking Process in Queensland

1984 doctoral thesis by Ann Scott on education policymaking under the Joh Bjelke-Petersen Government.  The thesis examined the impact of interest groups on education policymaking at the time, as well as the role of a select committee of Queensland Legislative Assembly in defusing a highly politicised education debate over the content of the curriculum in Queensland schools.

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