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apt    1 EX     RING      CONCEPT OF DEMAND.....................................17
In odu on       .    . .. ......                ..    ....  ......  7
Di   ent m eaning  of "d mand  ..... ... ..... ............. ........ 18
L npac kng a complex concept  ..2.. ...............0
(0 onldi n  art e ks                                ........29
Chapte 2. P1 BLC VND P VRENVTAL PERCEPTIONS OF SCHOOLING......33
Schooling in the publit eye  ....... .4.... .. ............. ......
Parntat expectations about school educdation.. ................
Parental csatisfa ction with schot l ing.......0..0.1.1....... . . . . .
SGene:cal   dicus sion . ..... .. .. .. .......... .. .. .        1
Rciennees                                                       54
Chapter 3.PREN   L  CO     E AND DVERSIY     OF PROVISION ..............57
Schong plicies ad the oom or choice  ..........58
Pro oting d) veIst ..... ..............              ..... ......... ..61
iverit  as a  nseqence  f collective demands .  ........ ........ ................... 64
Diversit,  throug  alten ative forms of schooling  ....... .. ..... ....... .......... 69
Chapter 4. PREN     D COMUI         "VOICE" IN SCHOOLS.......... ...... 83
The  enrmal exerise of paental vnice in schools 4........... ....
Pereptions, patterns and problems regard ing paental involvernent in
Lschol goverinance .... . ........8
E xrcisinig broader stakeholdr voice and the curiculum ............... . ....94
en       cussio  .... ......        . .    ....... .. ..... ..  .....  96
R e _ec s . . . . .. . . . ..-. . .. . . .........--... ..-.... ...-- ..... ...... ............. .. . ............-- ..... ....... - - 1  0 0
hapter 5 WHAT DO THE S U            SAY? ....... .. ..........................03
The boad internationa piure.    .    ...........                    104
What do young people expect from school and h- Wsatisfied are he?  .. 07
Educational factors that students identify as shaping their attiudes  15
The exprssion of studen voice.......19
Geneal discussion ..........                                        1 2
Chapter 6 1THE DEMAND DIMENSION: CC          I tlDING  1Sf ES AND
DIRECIO S      ..............           ...........  ........ ..........29
In  troduction.......................                               1 29
Selected issues arising...............                              130
Demand and related "Schooling for Tomonrrow" analyses               35...............................135
The state of knowledge and issues for future research.......... .  .... 139
eferences...................                                     .... 141



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Education OECD countries, Education and state OECD countries