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Building commitment in urban high schools: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Vol 10(4) Win 1988, 285-299. This interaction initiates a process of democratic renewal in which publics organise and are organised by new emerging institutions with a different alternative set of political possibilities. This includes participating in internal and external seminars, and presenting emerging research findings to a range of different audiences. So studying at Windesheim doesn’t have to mean extending your overall study time.

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