The Wiley Handbook of Educational Policy

Editor/Author Papa, Rosemary and Armfield, Shadow W. J.
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-11-921841-8
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Image Count: 13
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Sept 2020
Table of Contents

This innovative new handbook offers a comprehensive overview of the ways in which domestic education policy is framed and influenced by global institutions and actors.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Part I: The Policy of Education Governance
  • 1. A Discursive Analysis of Neoliberal Policies and Practices in Education
  • 2. The History of Educational Policy and Governance
  • 3. Dominant Trends in the Evolution of K‐12 Education Policy in the United States
  • 4. Bridging the Research and Politics Gap to Set the Policy Agenda
  • 5. The Continuing Evolution of School Choice in America
  • 6. The Training of School Leaders
  • 7. Potential Impacts on the Future of Public and Private Education in a Global Economy
  • 8 Leading the Way Out of Neoliberal Devastation: Luchar y vivir con dignidad (To Fight and to Live with Dignity)
  • 9. Should Education be Considered a Commodity?
  • Part II: American Politics and Citizenship
  • 10. The Impact of Education Policies on Black Students’ School Functioning
  • 11. Parents’ Social Justice Activism Shapes School Policy
  • 12. Contemporary Decolonolization
  • 13. Toward a New Democracy
  • 14. Potential Legal Challenges in Educating Undocumented Immigrant Populations
  • Part III: Democracy in Action
  • 15. Opening Doors
  • 16. Democracy in Action
  • 17. Gun Violence and School Safety in American Schools
  • 18. Grade Retention
  • 19. Who Is Caring for Our Youngest Citizens?
  • Part IV: Trending Education Policy Through Technology and Data
  • 20. Technology as a Focus of Education Policy
  • 21. Understanding Ethical Concerns Surrounding Big Data and Learning Analytics in Higher Education
  • 22. Modeling the Virtuous
  • 23. Digital Lifelong‐Learning Literacy
  • 24. A Matrix to Address Ethical Concerns in the Design, Application, and Documentation of Learning Analytics in Postsecondary Education