Education in the Crown dependencies

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Education in the British Crown dependencies is a devolved matter with each of the dependencies having separate systems that are autonomous but dependent on England for models and examples.[1][2][3][clarification needed]

For details of education in each dependency, see:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Charles J. Russo, Handbook of Comparative Higher Education Law, p. 151 n. 4 ("There is no specific higher education legislation in the British Crown Dependencies (the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man), which are not part of the UK or of the EU".) [1]
  2. ^ John Oakland, British Civilization: A Student's Dictionary, p. 49 ("Crown dependency: [...] It has its own...educational systems.") [2]
  3. ^ World Yearbook of Education 1997: Intercultural Education. Jagdish Gundara, ed. ("They are Crown Dependencies[...]. Their powers over education are limited in effect because of their scale and dependence on England for models and example, not for any lack of autonomy or legal control.") [3]