Understanding Educational Reform in Global Context: Economy, Ideology, and the State

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Routledge, Oct 12, 2012 - Education - 424 pages
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Contents

SOCIAL STRUGGLE THE STATE AND THE WORLD ECONOMIC SYSTEM
3
RESTRUCTURING EDUCATION AND THE STATE IN ENGLAND
49
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN AUSTRALIA
85
STATE CORPORATISM EDUCATIONAL POLICIES AND STUDENTS AND TEACHERS MOVEMENTS IN MEXICO
115
THE SCENARIO OF THE SPANISH EDUCATIONAL REFORM
151
IDEOLOGICAL PLURALISM IN NICARAGUAN UNIVERSITY REFORM
179
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL FORCES
201
PERSPECTIVES OF EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN HUNGARY
229
THE STATE ECONOMIC CRISIS AND EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN CôTE DIVOIRE
257
EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN NEW ZEALAND
285
A CASE STUDY OF ISRAELI EDUCATION AND TEACHER TRAINING
317
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SCHOOL REFORM IN THE UNITED STATES
341
UNDERSTANDING AND ENGAGING IN IDEOLOGICAL AND OTHER STRUGGLES
369
INDEX
397
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