Bascia, Nina

International Handbook of Educational Policy

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Table of contents

1. Globalization and Educational Change: New Policy Worlds
Karen Mundy

2. Marketization in Education: Looking Back to Move Forward with a Stronger Critique
Amy Stuart Wells, Jennifer Jellison Holme

3. Multicultural Education in the United States and Canada: The Importance of National Policies
Reva Joshee, Lauri Johnson

4. International Comparative Studies of Education and Large-Scale Change
Sarah Howie, Tjeerd Plomp

5. A Changed Policy Environment for US Universities
Elaine El-Khawas

6. The Implications of Policy Decisions on Practices in Early Childhood Education
Barbara A. Wasik, Annemarie H. Hindman

7. Policy-Practice Connections in State Standards-Based Reform
Michael S. Knapp, James L. Meadows

8. Informed Consent? Issues in Implementing and Sustaining Government-Driven Educational Change
Louise Stoll, Gordon Stobart

9. School District-Wide Reform Policies in Education
Stephen E. Anderson, Wendy Togneri

10. Five Key Factors in Supporting Comprehensive School Reform
Amanda Datnow

11. Knowledge Producers and Policymakers: Kissing Kin or Squabbling Siblings?
Karen Seashore Louis

12. Linkages Between Federal, State and Local Levels in Educational Reform
Sue Lasky, Amanda Datnow, Sam Stringfield

13. Educational Governance Reforms: The Uncertain Role of Local School Boards in the United States
Deborah Land, Sam Stringfield

14. Accountability Policies and Their Effects
Bill Mulford

15. Parent and Community Involvement in Schools: Policy Panacea or Pandemic?
Carl Corter, Janette Pelletier

16. Democratic Values in Bureaucratic Structures: Interrogating the Essential Tensions
Leeno Luke Karumanchery, John J. Portelli

17. Approaches to the Funding of Schools and Their Effects on Capacity
Daniel W. Lang

18. Formulaic Approaches to the Funding of Colleges and Universities
Daniel W. Lang

19. The UK Policy for School Leadership: Uneasy Transitions
Christopher Day

20. Educational Leadership in Policy Contexts That Strive for Equity
Carolyn Riehl

21. Accountable Schools and the Leadership They Need
Kenneth Leithwood

22. The Recruitment and Retention of School Leaders: Understanding Administrator Supply and Demand
Stephen L. Jacobson

23. Teacher Certification Policy: Multiple Treatment Interactions on the Body Politic
Elaine Chin, Rose Asera

24. Retaining Teachers in High-Poverty Schools: A Policy Framework
Karen Hunter Quartz, Kimberly Barraza-Lyons, Andrew Thomas

25. The Cultural Context of Teachers’ Work: Policy, Practice and Performance
Marilyn Osborn, Elizabeth McNess

26. School Improvement Within a Knowledge Economy: Fostering Professional Learning from a Multidimensional Perspective
Peter Sleegers, Sanneke Bolhuis, Femke Geijsel

27. Teacher Informal Learning and Teacher Knowledge: Theory, Practice and Policy
Harry Smaller

28. No Teacher Left Untested: Historical Perspectives on Teacher Regulation
Cecilia Reynolds

29. Teacher Professional Standards: A Policy Strategy to Control, Regulate or Enhance the Teaching Profession?
Judyth Sachs

30. Triage or Tapestry? Teacher Unions’ Work in an Era of Systemic Reform
Nina Bascia

31. Improving Research-Policy Relationships: The Case of Literacy
Ben Levin

32. Literacies in Early Childhood: The Interface of Policy, Research, and Practice
Dorothy S. Strickland

33. Balanced Elementary Literacy Instruction in the United States: A Personal Perspective
Michael Pressley

34. Evidence-Based State Literacy Policy: A Critical Alternative
Allan Luke

35. Literacies in Adolescence: An Analysis of Policies from the United States and Queensland, Australia
Katherine Schultz, Bob Fecho

36. Assessing Literacies
Caroline V. Gipps, J. Joy Cumming

37. Literacies in Families and Communities
Kendall A. King, Nancy H. Hornberger

38. Literacies and Media Culture
Ursula A. Kelly

39. Technology and Literacies: From Print Literacy to Dialogic Literacy
Carl Bereiter, Marlene Scardamalia

40. Adult Literacy Policy: Mind the GAP
Nancy S. Jackson

41. Shaping Literacy Policy: From Abstract Ideals to Accountable Practices
David R. Olson

42. Literacy in Developed and Developing Countries
Armin Triebel

43. The Changing Nature of Employment and Adult Learning Policies: Unlocking Creative Forces
Paul Bélanger

44. Current Theories of Workplace Learning: A Critical Assessment
Paul Hager

45. Learning and Work Transition Policies in a Comparative Perspective: Canada and Germany
Walter R. Heinz, Alison Taylor

46. Disjunctions in the Supply of and Demand for Education in the Labor Force 1930–2003: ‘Trafficking in Gaps’
Ivar Berg

47. Running Faster to Stay in the Same Place? The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Government Policy for Workplace Learning in Britain
Helen Rainbird, Anne Munro, Peter Senker

48. Improving Gender Equality in Work Organisations by Action Research
Tapio Rissanen, Sirpa Kolehmainen

49. Information and Communication Technologies and Workplace Learning: The Contested Terrain of Legislation, Policies, Programs and Practices
Peter H. Sawchuk

50. Recognition of Learning Through Work
Stephen Billett

51. Trade Unions and Changing Practices of Workers’ Education
Keith Forrester

52. Expanding Conception of Work and Learning: Recent Research and Policy Implications
David W. Livingstone

53. Volunteer Work and Learning: Hidden Dimensions of Labour Force Training
Daniel Schugurensky, Karsten Mündel

54. The other Half (or More) of the Story: Unpaid Household and Care Work and Lifelong Learning
Margrit Eichler

55. New Forms of Learning and Work Organization in the it Industry: A German Perspective on Informal Learning
Peter Dehnbostel, Gabriele Molzberger, Bernd Overwien


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Keywords: EDUCATION / General EDU000000

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