Educational Partnerships and the State: The Paradoxes of Governing Schools, Children, and Families
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Educational Partnerships and the State: The Paradoxes of Governing Schools, Children, and Families

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M. Bloch
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Introduction: Educational Partnerships: An Introductory Framework B.M.Franklin ; M.Bloch & T.S.Popkewitz PART I: PARTNERSHIPS AND CHANGING PATTERNS OF GOVERNING Partnerships: The Social Pact and Changing Systems of Reasoning a Comparative Perspectives; T.S.Popkewitz Partnership as a Floating and Empty Signifier within Educational Policies: The Mexican Case; R.Buenfil Burgos PART II: BETWEEN THE STATE, CIVIL SOCIETY, AND EDUCATION Partnerships in a Cold Climate: The Case of Britain; B.M.Franklin & G.McCulloch Educational Action Zones: Model Partnerships; M.Dickson , S.Gewirtz , D.Halpin , S.Power & G.Whitty Partnerships-The Community Context in Miami; M.Y.Baber & K.M.Borman with J.Avery & E.Amador PART III: SCHOOL REFORM AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS The Public-Private Nexus in Education; H.M.Levin Governance and Accountability in the Michigan Partnership for New Education: Reconstructing Democratic Participation; L.Fendler PART IV: GOVERNING AS A PROBLEM OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION Partnerships and Parents: Issues of Sex and Gender in Policy and Practice; M.E.David Partnering to Serve and Save the Child with Potential: Re-examining Salvation Narratives within one University-School-Community 'Service-Learning' Project; M.Bloch , I.Fang Lee , & R.L.Peach
Educational Partnerships and the State is a compelling collection of essays by an international group of scholars that provides a critical exploration of the role of partnerships in contemporary educational reform. Their focus is on the expanding role that collaboration between the public and private sector has come to play in the governing of schools, children, and families in response to an array of worldwide economic and social changes. The contributors to this volume highlight the new relationship between civil society and the state through partnerships and what that linkage has come to mean for an array of educational issues including academic achievement, school governance, school parent-relationships, teacher education, the construction of family and community involvement, and the discourses of reform as practices that order participation and action.