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we must consider the various themes in education that form the foundation of contextual influences on educational ideologies, both at the macro and micro level and eventually help shape the wider educational discourse. These wider contexts include the institutional context and its sub-contexts, as well as local, national and international contexts. As Sadler in Higginson (1979:49) said, when we study educational systems, we should not forget that “the things outside the school matter even more than the things inside the schools and govern and interpret the things inside.”
In reviewing the definition of the definition of education, it cannot be placed under an umbrella due to its’ purpose differentiating somewhat from person to person. 9Wilson 2000) According to Plato, children are educated in a training sense to become “perfect citizens in the interest of a well-ordered state.”