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Keywords:Curriculum theory, Message, Canadian Curriculum, Provoking Curriculum
A review of Book Review: Erika Hasebe-Ludt & Carl Leggo. (Eds.) Canadian Curriculum Studies: A Métissageof Inspiration/Imagination/Interconnection. Toronto: Canadian Scholars (2018). 319 pp. $54.95 (paperback). (ISBN 978-1-77338-055-1).
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