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This chapter provides a temporal and geographical context for the chapters in the edited book. It introduces the frequently disjointed relationship between archaeology and formal education and stresses the value of archaeology to education while accepting that much that archaeology has to offer is still excluded from mainstream education. It finally provides a view as to the potential for archaeology to better contribute to mainstream, cradle to grave, education.
Author(s): Stone PG
Editor(s): Henson, D., Stone, P.G., Corbishley, M.
Series Editor(s): Stone, P.G.
Publication type: Book Chapter
Publication status: Published
Book Title: Education and the historic environment
Series Title: Issues in Heritage Management
Place Published: London
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