Education Law and Policy in an Urban Society: Yearbook of the European Assoc. for Education Law & Policy - Volume II (1997)
Although, on this occasion, the option was for an education policy subject, a multi-disciplinary approach is always to be preferred. Policy-makers interrogate lawyers; lawyers question scientists from other fields of study and lines of practice. It was, at the same time, a further illustration of how inspiring and productive--in the context of the European Union at any rate--comparative analyses can be for national and international education and social policy.
The theme of the 1997 Congress, and consequently of this Yearbook , was urban education policy and its legal form as the touchstone of the modern interpretation of individual and social rights. This collection of thought-provoking essays and country reports thus centres on the question: what challenges for education do urban associations represent?
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