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Schooling and the politics of disaster

Author: Kenneth J Saltman
Publisher: New York : Routledge, ©2007.
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Addresses how disaster is being used for a radical social and economic reengineering of education. This book explores how education policy is being reshaped by disaster politics. It tackles issues as  Read more...

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Schooling and the politics of disaster.
New York : Routledge, c2007
(OCoLC)608466316
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth J Saltman
ISBN: 9780415956598 0415956595 9780415956604 0415956609
OCLC Number: 76481438
Description: vii, 295 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Reading the signs: a philosophical look at disaster / Jane Anna Gordon and Lewis R. Gordon --
Hurricane Katrina and the politics of disposability: floating bodies and expendable populations / Henry A. Giroux --
Katrina and the banshee's wail: the racialization of class exploitation / Peter McLaren and Nathalia E. Jaramillo --
Feasting on disaster: urban school policy, globalization, and the politics of disaster / Pauline Lipman interviewed by Kenneth J. Saltman --
Benign neglect? drowning yellow buses, racism, and disinvestment in the city that Bush forgot / Kristen L. Buras --
The quiet disaster of No Child Left Behind: standardization and deracialization breed inequality / Enora R. Brown --
No corporation left behind / Pepi Leistyna --
The schools are failing: think tanks, institutes, foundations, and educational disaster / Philip Kovacs --
Disaster politics and the right-wing assault on public schooling and public space: a dialogue / between Bill Ayers and Mike Klonsky --
The patriotic prejudice: 9-11 on campus / David Gabbard --
Beyond cheap French fries: remembering the social in social disaster / Michael W. Apple --
The independent women's forum: teaching women's rights in "the new Iraq" / Robin Truth Goodman --
U.S. education in a post-9/11 world: the deeper implications of the current systemic collapse of the neoliberal regime / Greg Tanaka --
The politicization of development aid to education after September 11 / Mario Novelli and Susan Robertson --
The potential disaster of education for sustainable development / Richard Kahn.
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth J. Saltman.
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