Educational Restructuring

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Have recent efforts to restructure education resulted in actual improvement? Lindblad (education, Uppsala U.), Popkewitz (education, U. of Wisconsin-Madison) and contributors take a global look at the democratization of education on an international level, describing the consequences and controversies caused not only in the education community but among students and parents as well. They show how changes have been received in such countries as Argentina, Taiwan, England, South Africa, France, and the US, giving ...
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Overview

Have recent efforts to restructure education resulted in actual improvement? Lindblad (education, Uppsala U.), Popkewitz (education, U. of Wisconsin-Madison) and contributors take a global look at the democratization of education on an international level, describing the consequences and controversies caused not only in the education community but among students and parents as well. They show how changes have been received in such countries as Argentina, Taiwan, England, South Africa, France, and the US, giving an understanding of what those in and out of Anglo-Saxon cultures are finding as they restructure their school systems. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Introduction : educational restructuring : (Re)thinking the problematic of reform
Pt. I Internationalization and globalization of education
1 Educational restructuring and the reshaping of school governance in Argentina
2 Theorizing the global convergence of educational restructuring
3 Changing patterns of power : rethinking decentralization in the educational reform in Taiwan
4 Education restructuring : governance in the narratives of progress and denials
Pt. II Education restructuring in different contexts
5 Governance by spin : the case of new labour and education action zones in England
6 The modern teacher : a textual analysis of educational restructuration
7 Responsiveness and innovation in higher education restructuring : the South African case
8 Education restructuring in France : middle-glass parents and educational policy in metropolitan contexts
9 Creating a discourse for restructuring in Detroit : achievement, race, and the Northern High School walkout
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