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Responses of the Political Parties and Interest Groups to 4·15 School Autonomy Plan in the Republic of Korea

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Abstract
1. Introduction
2. 4·15 School Autonomy Plan
3. Responses of the Political Parties to 4·15 School Autonomy Plan
4. Responses of Interest Groups to 4·15 School Autonomy Plan
5. Conclusions and Suggestions
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