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The new democratic professional in education : confronting markets, metrics, and managerialism

Author: Gary L Anderson; Michael Ian Cohen
Publisher: New York, NY : Teachers College Press, ©2018 [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines two waves of business influence that created models of schooling that are out of touch with the experiences of students, the professional expertise of teachers, and the needs of local  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary L Anderson; Michael Ian Cohen
ISBN: 9780807759424 0807759422 9780807759431 0807759430
OCLC Number: 1042077406
Description: ix, 177 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Privatizing Professionals: Teaching and Leading under New Public Management --
What's Behind the Attack on the Public Sector and the Public-Sector Professional? --
Are Teaching and Administration Professions? --
Professional Work in an Audit Culture --
New Capitalism and the New Corporate Workplace --
New Governance and New Public Management --
New Public Management and the Activist State --
Toward a New Democratic Professional in Education --
Conclusion --
2. The Historical and Political Construction of the New Professional --
How Did We Get Here? --
Early Business-Inspired Reforms --
Professionalism in the Bureaucracy --
Bureaucracy Versus Community --
Early Business Policy Players --
Conclusion --
3. The Second Wave of Business Influence and the Appeal of New Managerialism --
The Failure of New Public Management Reforms in Education --
Corporations, Managerialism, and the Role of Business Schools Note continued: New Managerialism and the Failure of the American Business Model --
A Brief History of the American Corporation --
The Appeal of New Public Management: Political Spectacle, Cross-sector Borrowing, and Cognitive Framing --
Conclusion --
4. New Policy Actors and Networks Design the New Teacher and Leader --
Strange Bedfellows: Who Supports New Public Management Reforms? --
New Policy Actors: The Emergence of Issue Networks --
The Growing Role of Privatization, Contracting, and "Edubusinesses" --
Training the New Education Professional --
Conclusion --
5. Responding to NPM and New Professionalism --
How New Public Management and New Professionalism Became the New Normal --
Resisting New Public Management and New Professionalism --
From Resistance to Democratic Professionalism --
Conclusion --
6. The New Democratic Professional: Building New Alliances for Change --
Characteristics of a New Democratic Professional Note continued: Building on Existing Democratic Practices and Policies --
Building Counter-Networks: New Alliances for Change --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Gary L. Anderson, Michael Ian Cohen.

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The New Democratic Professional in Education is ambitious and, for its length, covers an impressive amount of ground. --Teachers College Record

 
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