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Building a K-16 Movement
section editor E. Wayne Ross


"I Participate, You Participate, We Participate…" Notes on Building a K-16 Movement for Democracy and Social Justice by Greg Queen, E. Wayne Ross, Rich Gibson, & Kevin D. Vinson

Toward a Language of Action: Beyond Critique and Possibility 
by David Gabbard, George Perreault, and Mark L’Esperance

The Accumulation of Disadvantage: The Role of Educational Testing in the School Career of Minority Children by Sandra Mathison

The Securitized Student by Kenneth J. Saltman

Privatizing Public Schools: Education in the Marketplace by Ellen Boesenberg


Richard Ohmann: An Appreciation
by Patricia Harkin

Education, Solidarity, and Revolt:
A Conversation with Richard Ohmann

by
Marc Bousquet


Articulating Reform and the Hegemony Game
by
Hill Taylor

The Celebration of Struggle: Building Community through Social Action by Judith Y. Singer

Another Brick in the Wall: High Stakes Testing in Teacher Education – The California Teacher Performance Assessment by Perry Marker

Education for Social Change: From Theory to Practice
by Alan Singer
and Michael Pezone


Book Reviews
edited by Bill Vaughn


Professions: Conversations on the Future of Literary and Cultural Studies edited by Donald E. Hall
by
Dana Carluccio


Educating the "Right" Way: Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality by Michael W. Apple
by
Todd Chatman

by John Marsh

Academic Capitalism: Politics, Policies and
the Entrepreneurial University by Sheila Slaughter and Larry L. Leslie
by Elizabeth Mazzolini 


Beyond the Corporate University: Culture and Pedagogy in the New Millennium edited by Henry Giroux and Kostas Myrsiades
by Floyd Olive



On the Internet
by Hubert L. Dreyfus by John Rothfork


Chalk Lines: The
Politics of Work in the
Managed University
edited by Randy Martin
by Rob Henn

The Academic Labor Movement in One Volume: Chalk Lines edited by Randy Martin and Steal This University edited by Benjamin Johnson, Patrick Kavanagh, and Kevin Mattson
by Marc Bousquet

AAUP
American Association of University Professors
Academic Freedom for a Free Society


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RADICAL TEACHER #63 is about computers and education, and shares three articles with WORKPLACE 5.1. Issues #62 and 61 of RT (available now) concern teaching about globalization. To subscribe, send a check for $15 ($8 for part-timers) to Radical Teacher, Box 382616, Cambridge, MA 02238.


     

 


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