Standardization nation : in whose interest? (eBook, 2014) []
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Standardization nation : in whose interest?

Standardization nation : in whose interest?

Author: Erika Shaker; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives,
Publisher: Ottawa [Ontario] : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Electronic Library, [2014] 2014.
Series: Our schools, our selves, #115.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Shaker, Erika.
Our Schools/Our Selves, Spring 2014 - Standardization Nation : In whose interest?
Ottawa : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, ©2000
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Erika Shaker; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives,
ISBN: 9781771251624 177125162X
OCLC Number: 898085944
Notes: "Spring 2014."
Description: 1 online resource (137 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Breaking the mold : how to get the schools (and communities) we need / Erika Shaker --
Working for whose family : my Wal-Mart employee experience --
A letter to teach for Canada applicants / Dawn Burleigh --
Life, death and taxes : a reminder on why we pay taxes / Nora Loreto --
Thought on teach for Canada and the First Nations Education Act / Robert Genaille --
My advice to younger workers? Get angry / Karen Foster --
Teach for Canada : a recipe for making education in Canada more (un)equal? / Tobey Steeves --
Preventive health care for children : benefits, costs and prevention strategies / Sulemana Fuseini --
What's working about healthy relationships programs in schools / Anuradha Dugal --
Citizenship, becoming, literacy and schools : immigrant students in a Canadian secondary school / Francis Bangou & Douglas Fleming --
A city divided by age? : Generational shifts in urban development / Markus Moos --
Stuck in the middle with you : how international food policy might just feed a family of four (or your family, whatever size it is) --
Putting Pisa in its place : for Stuart Hall, 1932-2014 / Josh Cole --
Tenir Téte revisits Maple Spring by Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois / a book review by Nora Loreto --
Schools that change communities by Bob Gliner / a film review by David Sobel.
Series Title: Our schools, our selves, #115.
Responsibility: issue editor Erika Shaker.
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