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Educating the Right Way: Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality
1. Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality. Introduction. Joseph's Story. Conservative Agendas. Mapping the Right. Contested Freedom. Marketizing the World. Restoring. Cultural Order. Church and
Global Education Inc: new policy networks and the neo-liberal imaginary
We are having to be alert. All of us around the globe. The world is changing fast. Its essential economic, social and cultural morphology is very different to what it was just 20 years ago. All of
Partial Knowledge@@@Official Knowledge: Democratic Education in a Conservative Age
A powerful examination of the rightist resurgence in education and the challenges it presents to concerned educators, Official Knowledge analyzes the effects of conservative beliefs and strategies on
Creating Difference: Neo-Liberalism, Neo-Conservatism and the Politics of Educational Reform
This article raises questions about current educational reform efforts now underway in a number of nations. Research from a number of countries is used to document some of the hidden differential
Education and power
This book discusses the development of curriculum and pedagogical practices in the post-modern era, as well as some of the issues addressed in the second edition of this book.
Teachers and Texts: A Political Economy of Class and Gender Relations in Education
Introduction 1.The Politics of Teachers and Texts. Teachers 2. Controlling the Work of Teachers 3. Teaching and 'Women's Work'. Texts 4. The Culture and Commerce of the Textbook. 5. Old Humanists and
Comparing Neo-liberal Projects and Inequality in Education
In this article, I pay particular attention to some of the most important dynamics surrounding globalisation in education—the increasingly powerful discourses and polices of neoliberalism concerning
The Politics of Official Knowledge: Does a National Curriculum Make Sense?.
  • M. Apple
  • Sociology, Education
  • 1 October 1993
(1993). THE POLITICS OF OFFICIAL KNOWLEDGE: Does a National Curriculum Make Sense? Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education: Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 1-16.
Education, markets, and an audit culture
In this article I discuss some of the ways in which certain elements of conservative modernisation have had an impact on higher education and education in general. I point to the growth of
Cultural politics and education
Education, identity and cheap french fries the politics of official knowledge becoming right - education and the formation of conservative movements American realities - poverty, economy, and