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Education Reform. Education reform is one of the prevalent issues in most societies today. The effort to reform public schools is a norm for educators as well as outside reformers who want to develop a “world-class” workforce (Carnoy, 2000; Tyack & Cuban, 1995).

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Sample. The sample was selected from 30 school districts including 8 school districts

Table 1. Main attributes of anti and pro – development groups

Main attributes of environmental groups Counter argument by Korean government
Value of tidelands Long-term economic effects
Livelihoods of fishermen Balanced regional development
Water pollution with the seawall Clean water
Oversupply of rice Security of foodstuffs
Over-estimated economic consequences Progress of work and investment
The right to protect one's environment and life Pro-environmental development





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