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They also represent the extension of the logic of the market place up the steps and into the parliament, that is, into the realm of government whose sole raison d’être is to service the needs of its citizens. As citizens, we are entitled, some would say obligated, to 38 THE ECONOMY AND CITIZENSHIP question the assumptions, values, logic and usefulness of such pervasive perspectives in the public sphere. As educators, we must recognize the way these perspectives are dominating the discussions about educational restructuring, about the quality of teaching and learning, and about the future of the teaching profession.
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