Πέμπτη, 26 Μαΐου 2011

Policy Futures in Education

Policy Futures in Education

Vol. 9, n°2, mai 2011


Reflecting on Writing Autobiography, Andy Begg
Shaping the Responsible, Successful and Contributing Citizen of the Future: ‘values’ in the New Zealand Curriculum and its challenge to the development of ethical teacher professionality, Leon Benade
The Disappearing Intellectual in the Age of Economic Darwinism, Henry A. Giroux
Citizenship with/in or without Lifeworld? A Critical Review of the Contemporary Perspectives of Citizenship, Ruyu Hung
Leisure, Government and Governance: a Swedish perspective, Lisbeth Lindström
Market Competition in Upper Secondary Education: perceived effects on teachers’ work, Ulf Lundström & Ann-Sofie Holm
New Anti-Semitism as the Meta-narrative of the New Progressive Thinking and Critical Pedagogy Today, Ilan Gur-ze’ev in conversation with Peter McLaren
The Future of Muslim Youth: interview with Linda Herrera, Michael A. Peters
Neo-liberalism in Crisis? Educational Dimensions, David Small
New Public Management in Educational Reform in Norway, Trond Solhaug
Controversial Issues: identifying the concerns and priorities of student teachers, Richard Woolley
The Egyptian Revolution 2011, Michael A. Peters
Racialised Memories and Class Identities: thinking about Glenn Beck’s and Rush Limbaugh’s America, Henry A. Giroux

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