By Sheila Slaughter,Brendan Cantwell,Ilkka Kauppinen
Each contributor deals attention-grabbing insights into either new conceptual interpretations of and sensible institutional and nationwide responses to educational capitalism. Incorporating years of study by means of influential theorists and construction at the paintings of Sheila Slaughter, Larry Leslie, and Gary Rhoades, educational Capitalism within the Age of Globalization presents a provocative replace for knowing educational capitalism. The ebook will entice someone attempting to make experience of up to date better education.
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