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作者 Saltman, Kenneth J
書名 The Wiley Handbook of Global Educational Reform
出版項 Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018
©2019
國際標準書號 9781119082347 (electronic bk.)
9781119083078
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (623 pages)
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系列 Wiley Handbooks in Education Ser
Wiley Handbooks in Education Ser
附註 Intro -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: Toward a Transformational Agenda for Global Education Reform -- Global Education Reform: Trends, Ideology, and Crisis -- A Transformational Agenda for Global Education Reform -- References -- 1 Capitalism and Global Education Reform -- Introduction -- Schools Are Failures and Teachers Are to Blame -- Dominant Discourses -- Who Are the Purveyors? -- What Is Being Sold: Privatization -- What's Wrong with Capitalism? -- What to Do? -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2 The Business Sector in Global Education Reform: The Case of the Global Business Coalition for Education -- Introduction -- Business Participation in Global Education Reform -- Conceptualizing the Role of Business in Education in Contexts of Humanitarian Crisis -- The Global Business Coalition for Education (GBC‐E) -- GBC‐E Participation in the Syrian Refugee Crisis -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Venture Philanthropy and Education Policy‐Making: Charity, Profit, and the So‐Called "Democratic State" -- Introduction -- From the Rear Guard to the Frontline: A New Role for Philanthropy -- New/Effective/Impact/Strategic/Engaged/Venture Philanthropy -- Change in the Nature of Investments: Both For‐Profit and Not‐For‐Profit -- Back to the Future… -- References -- Annexes -- 4 Nodes, Pipelines, and Policy Mobility: The Assembling of an Education Shadow State in India -- Introduction -- Network Ethnography -- Pipelines, Conduits, and Nodes -- Thought Leadership -- Technology in the Classroom -- Discussion -- References -- 5 Reframing Teachers' Work for Global Competitiveness*: New Global Hierarchies in the Governing of Education -- Introduction -- Methods and Data -- Bringing Teachers into View as Policy Problem and Solution -- The TALIS Program: A Brief Introduction -- The TALIS ensemble -- Tensions and Contradictions in the TALIS Program
The TALIS Model of Development and its Wider Politics -- References -- 6 School Principals in Neoliberal Times: A Case of Luxury Leadership? -- Introduction -- Luxury Leadership: An Elite Project -- Luxury Leadership: An Elite Practice -- Luxury Leadership: Dynamic and Contextually Located -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 7 The Expansion of Private Schooling in Latin America: Multiple Manifestations and Trajectories of a Global Education Reform Movement -- Introduction -- Conceptual Framework and Methodology -- Main Results: Different Trajectories toward Education Privatization in Latin America -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix A Evolution of Enrollment in Private Institutions by Country: Primary and Secondary Education -- Appendix B Primary Studies Included in the Revision -- 8 Global Education Policies and Taken‐For‐Granted Rationalities: Do the Poor Respond to Policy Incentives in the Same Way?1 -- Introduction: The Globalization of Demand‐Side Education Policies for Poverty Reduction -- Instrumental Rationality and Theory of Change in Demand‐Side Interventions -- What Is the Rationality of the Poor? Three Alternatives to Instrumental Rationality -- Policy Implications -- References -- 9 The Politics of Educational Change in the Middle East and North Africa: Nation‐Building, Postcolonial Reconstruction, Destabilized States, Societal Disintegration, and the Dispossessed -- Introduction -- General Educational Trends in the Middle East and North Africa -- Sub‐Regional Conditions -- Conclusion -- References -- 10 Profiting from the Poor: The Emergence of Multinational Edu‐Businesses in Hyderabad, India1 -- Introduction -- Examining the North‐South Impact of the Global Education Industry -- The Emergence of the Global Education Industry in India -- Conclusion: For‐Profit Education Undermines the Right to Education -- References
11 The Bait‐and‐Switch and Echo Chamber of School Privatization in South Africa -- Introduction -- An Overview of the Size and Shape of School Privatization -- The Echo Chamber -- The Adverse Consequences of Privatization -- Resistance -- References -- 12 The Violence of Compassion: Education Reform, Race, and Neoliberalism's Elite Rationale -- Introduction -- F.A. Hayek and the Defense of Privilege -- Neoliberalism's Racial Fantasies and the Whiteness of Empathy -- Epistemology of Elitism: Social Engineering and the New Educational Philanthropy -- Race, Neoliberal Care, and Global Education Reform -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Uncommon Knowledge: International Schools as Elite Educational Enclosures -- Introduction -- Global Education Reform: Quality, Competition, and Choice -- International Schools -- Transnationally Recognized Educational Credentials -- Competing Concerns? Commodities and Dispositions -- Tiered Elitism and Mobility in Global Education -- Malaysia in the Global Education Reform Context: Quality, Choice, and Competition -- Educational Enclosures: Discourses of Exclusivity and Privilege -- Conclusion -- References -- 14 Startup Schools, Fast Policies, and Full‐Stack Education Companies: Digitizing Education Reform in Silicon Valley -- Introduction -- Situating Silicon Valley -- Fast Startup Networks -- Venture PhilTech -- Algorithmic Progressivism -- Learning Laboratories -- Conclusion -- References -- 15 Who Drives the Drivers?: Technology as the Ideology of Global Educational Reform -- Introduction -- Neoliberal Patterns of Governance -- Governmentality as a Powerful Driver of Neoliberalism -- Identifying Who Is "Acting" in Textual Patterns of Governance in HE Policy -- Who Drives the Drivers? A Post‐Hegemonic Cultural Studies Perspective -- Post‐Hegemonic Power and Educational Reform -- Conclusion -- References
16 Resurgent Behaviorism and the Rise of Neoliberal Schooling -- Introduction -- Neoliberal Education Policy as Applied Behaviorism -- Behaviorism Is Not Dead -- The Philosophical and Political Foundations of Behaviorist Thought -- Parallels Between Neoliberal and Behaviorist Thought -- The Environmental Determinist Logic of the Neoliberal Market -- Neoliberalism, Behaviorism and Control for the End of History -- Neoliberalism and the Skillsification of Education -- The Behaviorist Conception of Skill -- Conclusion -- References -- 17 Educating Mathematizable, Self‐Serving, God‐Fearing, Self‐Made Entrepreneurs -- Introduction -- Official Education Policies and the Conservative, Neocolonial, Neoliberal Intentions Behind Them -- Meaning and Purpose of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences -- Differentiating Public, Private and Charter Schools -- References -- 18 Putting Homo Economicus to the Test: How Neoliberalism Measures the Value of Educational Life -- Neoliberalism, Educational Reform, and the Human Capital Imperative -- Subjects of Interest, Subjects of Value: Homo Economicus and the Global War over Measure -- The Techno‐Scientific Production of Educational Life -- Rethinking Educational Questions of Value at the Limits of Neoliberal Measurement -- References -- 19 EcoJust STEM Education Mobilized Through Counter‐Hegemonic Globalization -- Introduction -- Alternatives to Neoliberal Stem Education -- Addressing Ecojustice in University‐based Science Teacher Education -- Case Studies -- Conclusion -- References -- 20 When the Idea of a Second Grade Education for the Marginalized Becomes the Dominant Discourse: Context, Policy, and Practice of Neoliberal Capitalism -- Introduction -- The Dangers of Affordable Private Schools (APS) -- The Difficult Times: Inequality and the Impossibility of Quality Education for All
The Logic of Reproduction in Education -- Commodifying Education in a Situation of Inequality -- The Altered Educational Institutions Under Neoliberalism -- Amidst Poverty, How Would One Buy Education? -- Social Justice, Democracy and Neoliberalism -- Conclusion -- References -- 21 Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Education: An Ethics for Capital or the Other? -- Introduction -- FLE and EE: Remaking the World and Others -- The FLE and EE Public Pedagogy, Levinas, and Ethics -- An FLE for Capital -- An EE for Capital -- An Ethics Against the Other -- A Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship for the Other -- References -- 22 The Socially Just School: Transforming Young Lives -- Introduction -- There Were Alternatives, It's Just That We Were Muzzled! -- The Neoliberal School -- Why Neoliberalism Is Destined Not to Work in Schools -- What Do We Mean by the Term Socially Just Education? -- What Is the Socially Just School? Where Is It Coming from? Who Does It Exist for? -- Conclusion -- References -- 23 Beyond Neoliberalism: Educating for a Just Sustainable Future -- Introduction -- The False Premises and Pernicious Outcomes of Neoliberalism: Market Fundamentalism, and the Inability to Think Beyond Individual Preferences and the Short Term -- How Neoliberalism Has Failed the Environment -- Understanding and Responding to Our Current Crises -- Rethinking Education -- Conclusion -- References -- 24 When Schools Become Dead Zones of the Imagination: A Critical Pedagogy Manifesto -- Introduction -- References -- Index -- End User License Agreement
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Saltman, Kenneth J. The Wiley Handbook of Global Educational Reform Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2018 9781119083078
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School management and organization-Cross-cultural studies.
Education and globalization
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