Neoliberalism, Neo-conservatism, Authoritarianism. The Politics of Public Education in Poland

Hana Cervinkova
Maynooth University, Ireland; University of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Poland; Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic
Paweł Rudnicki
University of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Poland

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URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/6398
Authors: Hana Cervinkova & Pawel Rudnicki
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 17, Number 2
ISSN 1740-2743

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Volume 17 Number 1 – April 2019

Rosi Smith
Now we don’t see the university as something distant. It’s here in our hands’: Situated pedagogy in Cuban municipal universities

Enrique Javier Díez Gutiérrez
Entrepreneurial uberisation in Spanish education

Valerie Scatamburlo-D’Annibale
The ‘Culture Wars’ Reloaded: Trump, Anti-Political Correctness and the Right’s ‘Free Speech’ Hypocrisy

Kathryn Lum
The Dalit Closet: Managing Dalit Identity at an Elite University in India

Lucy Wenham
‘It’s horrible. And the class is too silent’ – A silent classroom environment can lead to a paralysing fear of being put on the spot, called-out, shown up, shamed or humiliated

Arthur Scarritt
Selling Diversity, Promoting Racism: How Universities Pushing a Consumerist Form of Diversity Empowers Oppression

Katherine Crawford-Garrett
Patrick Yarker
Francesca Blueher
Karen Kiefer

Book Review Symposium: Howard Ryan with Debra Goodman, Joel Jordan, and Joseph Zeccola (2016), Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing against the Corporate Juggernaut. New York: Monthly Review. ISBN 98-1583676141 (paperback, also available in hardback and e-book)

Book Review Symposium: Howard Ryan with Debra Goodman, Joel Jordan, and Joseph Zeccola (2016), Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing against the Corporate Juggernaut. New York: Monthly Review. ISBN 98-1583676141 (paperback, also available in hardback and e-book)

Katherine Crawford-Garrett
The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA
Patrick Yarker
University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Francesca Blueher
Retired Albuquerque Public Schools teacher; Parents and Teachers for an Educated Community, USA
Karen Kiefer
National Board Certified Teacher; Albuquerque Public Schools; Parents and Teachers for an Educated Community, USA

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URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/5573
Authors: Katherine Crawford-Garrett, Patrick Yarker, Francesca Blueher & Karen Kiefer
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 17, Number 1
ISSN 1740-2743

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‘It’s horrible. And the class is too silent’ – A silent classroom environment can lead to a paralysing fear of being put on the spot, called-out, shown up, shamed or humiliated.

Lucy Wenham
University of Bristol, Bristol, UK and University College London, London, UK

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URL: http://www.jceps.com/archives/5564
Author: Lucy Wenham
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 17, Number 1
ISSN 1740-2743

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Volume 16 Number 3 – December 2018

Gail Edwards
Dave Hill
Simon Boxley

Critical Teacher Education for Economic, Environmental and Social Justice

Sophie Ward
Boal, Theatre in Education and the Promotion of Fundamental British Values

Lia Weitzel
The Cuban ‘‘Yes, I Can’’ Adult Literacy Campaign in Aboriginal Australia: An Alternative to Commodified Education

Sebahat Şahin
Melike Acar

How Neoliberal Education Design is Reflected in Classrooms: The Many Faces of Neoliberalism in a 4th Grade Classroom

Victoria Johnson
Masking Neoliberal Ideology: Teleological Framing and the “Reinvention” of Higher Education

James Avis
A Note on Class, Dispositions and Radical Politics

John Smyth
Robin Simmons

Class, Dispositions and Radical Politics – a Rejoinder