Pasts and futures that keep the possible alive: Reflections on time, space, education and governing

Educational Philosophy and Theory 52 (6):640-652 (2020)
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Over the last years, the European Commission has heavily promoted various forms of digital education. In this article, we draw upon two recent European policy documents as key articulations...

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