Educating the "right" Way: Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality
Psychology Press, 2001 - 306 من الصفحات
As American schools undergo a dramatic shift to the right, Michael W. Apple, internationally acclaimed author and educator, uncovers the roots of this conservative swing and points the way to a more balanced approach.
Why have the needs of private business become top priorities in the public classroom? How did school vouchers move from the conservative fringe to the political mainstream? Why are scores on standardized tests falling, even as teachers are forced to cram more "facts" into their curricula?
Apple argues that the interests of some strange bedfellows -- neo-liberals, neo-conservatives, authoritarian populists, and the professional middle class -- have converged to threaten the egalitarian ideals on which American public education was built. He dissects how this coalition has pushed educational policies toward a combination of weak state practices (markets, school choice) and strong state practices (state-mandated curricula and testing).
A former classroom teacher himself, Apple offers concrete, common sense solutions that show what critical educators and parents can do to interrupt these trends and develop a more democratic educational system, suited to the needs of all American children.
Michael W. Apple is the Bascom Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has recently been awarded both a Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Educational Research Association and a UCLA Medal for outstanding academic achievement in education.
* Apple is a world-renowned figure in educational and social policy. He is the editor of Routledge's very successful series Critical Social Thought
*Apple's book Ideology and Curriculumwas internationally voted as one of the top twenty books on education in the 20th century -- his books are published in fifteen languages
* Not merely a critique of the right, but of the left as well -- addresses current, critical problems in our schools
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Prolific author Apple (curriculum and instruction, education policy studies, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison) has recently been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Educational Research ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله
Markets Standards God and Inequality
Mapping the Right
Marketizing the World
Restoring Cultural Order
Church and State
God Morality and Markets
Politics and the Clergy
The Electronic Clergy
A Christian Nation and Free Speech
Were Are Not Doing Anything Different
The Structure of Feeling of Authoritarian Populism
Economics and Religion
Analyzing Conservative Modernization
Whose Markets Whose Knowledge?
Schooling Choice and Democracy
Teaching Real Knowledge
Schooling As God Wanted It
More Testing More Often
Producing Inequalities Conservative Modernization
New Markets Old Traditions
Markets and Performance
National Standards National Curriculum and National Testing
Creating Educational Triage
From Insiders to Outsiders
How Can Hate Seem So Nice?
Turning Straw into Gold
Away with All Teachers The Cultural Politics of Home Schooling
Satans Threat and the Fortress Home
Attacking the State
Public and Private
Righting Wrongs and Interrupting the Right
Racing Toward Educational Reform
Making Challenges Public
Learning from Other Nations
Making Critical Education Practices Practical
Hope As a Resource
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