Cultural geographies of education

  title={Cultural geographies of education},
  author={Sarah Mills and Peter Kraftl},
  journal={Cultural Geographies},
  pages={19 - 27}
This is the guest editorial published in the journal, Cultural Geographies 10.1177/1474474015612717 
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