Volume 16 Number 2 – September 2018

Polina-Theopoula Chrysochou
A Requiem for the End of Great Narratives in the Era of the ‘Crisis’: Greece Under the Microscope

Michael McCanless
Learning to [Bear it and] Smile: Surveilled Labour, Taylorised Work, and the Contradictions of College Readiness

Cláudia Maria Bokel Reis
William Soares Dos Santos

Critical Acts of Becoming in Teacher Practicum: Evidence from Student-Teacher Memoir of Apprenticeship in Public Schools in Rio de Janeiro

Matilda Wiklund
The Media and the Making of Education Policy – Media Discourse on Education in Two Swedish Election Periods

Lucía Martínez Virto
Juan Ramón Rodríguez Fernández

Exclusion and Neoliberalism in the Education System: Socio-Educational intervention Strategies for an Inclusive Education System

Mary B. Ziskin
Karyn E. Rabourn
Donald Hossler

Performance-Based Funding of Higher Education: Analyses of Policy Discourse Across Four Case Studies

Diane Mifsud
Richard Riddell
Ian Dewes

Book Review Symposium: Modernising School Governance: Corporate Planning and Expert Handling in State Education. Andrew Wilkins (2016) Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-78747-6 (hardback, also available in paperback and e-book)

Book Review Symposium: Modernising School Governance: Corporate Planning and Expert Handling in State Education. Andrew Wilkins (2016) Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-78747-6 (hardback, also available in paperback and e-book)

Diane Mifsud
Ministry of Education and Employment, Malta
Richard Riddell
Bath Spa University, Bath, UK
Ian Dewes
Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK

Citation information
URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/4121
Authors: Diane Mifsud, Richard Riddell and Ian Dewes
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 16, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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Performance-Based Funding of Higher Education: Analyses of Policy Discourse Across Four Case Studies

Mary B. Ziskin
University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, USA
Karyn E. Rabourn
Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Donald Hossler
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Citation information
URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/4120
Authors: Mary B. Ziskin, Karyn E. Rabourn and Donald Hossler
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 16, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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Exclusion and Neoliberalism in the Education System: Socio-Educational intervention Strategies for an Inclusive Education System

Lucía Martínez Virto
Public University of Navarre, Pamplona, Spain
Juan Ramón Rodríguez Fernández
University of León, León, Spain

Citation information
URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/4119
Authors: Lucía Martínez Virto and Juan Ramón Rodríguez Fernández
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 16, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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Critical Acts of Becoming in Teacher Practicum: Evidence from Student-Teacher Memoir of Apprenticeship in Public Schools in Rio de Janeiro

Cláudia Maria Bokel Reis
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
William Soares Dos Santos
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Citation information
URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/4117
Authors: Cláudia Maria Bokel Reis and William Soares Dos Santos
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 16, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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A Requiem for the End of Great Narratives in the Era of the ‘Crisis’: Greece Under the Microscope

Polina-Theopoula Chrysochou
Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, England, UK; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece

Citation information
URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/4114
Authors: Polina-Theopoula Chrysochou
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 16, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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Volume 16 Number 1 – April 2018

Chris McMillan
‘I’ve Learned to Question Everything’: Critical Thinking, or, the Pedagogical Logic of Late Capitalism

Alya Khan
John Gabriel

Resisting the Binary Divide in Higher Education: The Role of Critical Pedagogy

K.V. Syamprasad
Dialogue in silence: The false binary between Freirean concepts and practices in out-of-school education in Kerala

Stephen Black
From ‘empowerment’ to ‘compliance’: Neoliberalism and adult literacy provision in Australia

David Golding
The Colonial and Neoliberal Roots of the Public-Private Education Debate in Sri Lanka

Miranda Matthews
The Conflicted Other in Policy Making: focusing on Art Education

Nafisa Yeasmin
Satu Uusiautti

Finland and Singapore, Two Different Top Countries of PISA and the Challenge of Providing Equal Opportunities to Immigrant Students

Jonathan Owen Clark
Louise H. Jackson

Ideology in Neoliberal Higher Education: The Case of the Entrepreneur

Ahmad Asakereh
Hiwa Weisi

Raising critical consciousness in teaching reading skills using critical pedagogy principles: a case of an Iranian school graduate

Thomas Ryberg
Juha Suoranta
Derek R. Ford

Book Review Symposium: Petar Jandrić (2017) Learning in the Age of Digital Reason. Series: Educational Futures: Rethinking theory and practice. Rotterdam: Sense. ISBN 978-94-6351-075-2