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Policy and Inequality in Education

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Policy and Inequality in Education
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Policy and Inequality in Education
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Education Policy and Social Inequality Ser.
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v.1
Policy and Inequality in Education
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Policy and Inequality in Education
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Contents
  • Contents -- 1 Introduction to Policy and Inequality in Education -- Abstract -- References -- 2 The Illusion of Meritocracy and the Audacity of Elitism: Expanding the Evaluative Space in Education -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Meritocracy and Elitism -- 2.2.1 Piketty: The Illusion of Meritocracy -- 2.2.2 Dorling: The Audacity of Elitism -- 2.3 Widening the Evaluative Space of Inequality -- 2.3.1 Epistemological Equity: Access to What? -- 2.3.2 Agency Freedom: Access for Whose Purposes? -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Emerging Biological Rationalities for Policy: (Molecular) Biopolitics and the New Authorities in Education -- Abstract -- 3.1 Education Policy and/as Biopolitics -- 3.1.1 Education, Policy and Biopolitical Governance -- 3.1.2 Education Policy as Biopolitical Management -- 3.2 Molecular Biopolitics and Reconfiguring Policy -- 3.2.1 Intervention and Education Policy -- 3.2.2 Environmental Epigenetics and the Policies of New Eugenics -- 3.3 The 'Neurofication' of Education Policy? -- 3.4 Neuroscience and Education Policy -- 3.5 Conclusions: The New Authorities of 'Bio-Edu Policy' -- 3.5.1 The Objects and Subjects of Bio-Edu-Policy -- 3.5.2 New Authorities of Biopolitical Futurity -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4 Neoliberalism and Beyond: The Possibilities of a Social Justice Agenda? -- Abstract -- 4.1 Neoliberalism and the Public Good -- 4.2 Neoliberalism and the Ethos of the Positive or Active State -- 4.3 Public Choice Theory as Neoliberal Technology of Education -- 4.4 The Deficits of Neoliberalism: A Quick Survey -- 4.5 Prospects for Change -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 5 Widening Participation in France and Its Effects on the Field of Elite Higher Education and on Educational Policy -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Widening Participation and the Partial Reconfiguration of the Field of Elite Higher Education -- 5.2.1 The State of the Field Prior to WP Initiatives -- 5.2.2 The Launching of Competitive Institutional WP Alternatives -- 5.2.3 A Limited Impact on the Field -- 5.3 Widening Participation and Changes on Educational Paradigms and Policies -- 5.3.1 The Normative-Cognitive and Policy Context -- 5.3.2 Giving New Opportunities and Goals to Few Schools, Teachers, and Students -- 5.3.3 Influencing Educational Policies and Communities -- 5.4 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Fanon, Education and the Fact of Coloniality -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction to Fanon -- 6.2 The Coloniality of Education and a Decolonial Framework -- 6.3 Decolonization and the Role of Violence -- 6.4 The Politics of Race and Recognition -- 6.4.1 Fanon and the New Human -- References -- 7 Equality and Education Policy in the European Union-An Example from the Case of Roma -- Abstract -- 7.1 Education and Equality: Beyond the Nation State -- 7.2 Formal Definitions of Equality in the European Union Context -- 7.3 Equality, Citizenship and Education Policy in the New Social Europe -- 7.4 A Test Case of (In)Equality-Roma Education -- 7.4.1 Discrimination, Segregation and Policy Actions -- 7.4.2 Problems of Definition and Implementation -- 7.5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 8 Imagining Policy [Data] Differently -- Abstract -- 8.1 Research and Theory Context -- 8.2 Debt and Data at the Policy Table -- 8.3 (Data) Imagination Problems at the Policy Table -- 8.4 Afrofuturism and (Post)Policy Studies 3.0 -- 8.5 Thinking with Afrofuturisms at the Policy Table -- 8.6 Policy Scientificity 3.0, Data and Futurism at the Policy Table -- References -- 9 Redefining Equality Through Incentive-Based Policies -- Abstract -- 9.1 Redefining Equity Through Incentive-Based Policies
  • 9.2 Variations on Equality in and from Education -- 9.3 Incentivism and Equal Opportunity -- 9.3.1 The WFF and Incentivism -- 9.4 Incentivism and the Evolution of 'Equality' -- 9.5 Evolving 'Equity' -- References -- 10 Education Policy and the Intensification of Teachers' Work: The Changing Professional Culture of Teaching in England and Implications for Social Justice -- Abstract -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 The 'Old' Professionalism of Teaching: A Rewarding Public Sector Occupation -- 10.3 The Intensification of Teaching: Working in Academy Chains and the School as Efficient Machine -- 10.4 Where Do We Go from Here? Some Concluding Thoughts on the Performative Culture of Teaching, Policy and Social Justice -- References -- 11 Pedagogical Habitus Engagement in a Developing Country Context: A Narrative-Based Account of a Teacher's Pedagogical Change Within a Professional Learning Community -- Abstract -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 South African Schooling -- 11.3 The Professional Learning Community as Context for Johan's Pedagogical Habitus Engagement -- 11.4 Methodo-Logic of the Professional Learning Community -- 11.5 Johan's Embodied Pedagogical Habitus Engagement -- 11.6 Habitus Engagement: Reflexivity and Adaptation -- 11.7 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References
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