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Teachers' Centres: Premise or Premises?


One of the most interesting and remarkable developments in education during the 1960s and 70s was the growth of the teachers' centre movement. A British invention, it almost immediately attracted a great deal of interest from educationalists in other countries, so much so that during the 1970s, it became, according to Robert Thornbury, one of Britain's major invisible exports.

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