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A Call for Public Scholarship
Issue #5.1: Student Autonomy, Public Civility, and Social Justice on Higher Education Campuses
SUBMISSION DEADLINE May 1, 2018Issue #5.1: Student Autonomy, Public Civility, and Social Justice on Higher Education Campuses
Volume 4, Issue 2 (2017)
How Can Neo-Liberal Ideologies Be Resisted?
Kyle Greenwalt, Jared Kemling, & Zane Wubbena
APA Citation: Greenwalt, K. A., Kemling, J., & Wubbena, Z. (2017). How can neo-liberal ideologies be resisted?. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 1–4.
“In the Noontime Sun in Summer”: Abundance Reconsidered.
David W. Jardine
APA Citation: Jardine, D. W. (2017). “In the noontime sun in summer”: Abundance reconsidered. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 4–14.
Cultural Wisdom as Resistance
Resistance to Neoliberal Ways of Thinking through Soka and EcoJustice Teaching Traditions
Melissa Bradford & Monica K. Shields
APA Citation: Bradford, M., & Shields, M. K. (2017). Resistance to neoliberal ways of thinking through soka and ecojustice teaching traditions. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 15–29.
Memory Work for All: Getting Beyond Neoliberalism’s Racialized Politics of the American Dream
Sheron Fraser-Burgess & Camea Davis
APA Citation: Fraser-Burgess, S., & Davis, C. (2017). Memory work for all: Getting beyond neoliberalism’s racialized politics of the american dream. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 30–42.
The Future of Child-Centered Early Childhood Education in China
APA Citation: Zhang, L. (2017). The future of child-centered early childhood education in China. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 43–46.
Education Beyond the Numbers
Being Our Sister and Brother’s Keeper: Creating Equitable Learning for Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education
APA Citation: Douglas, C. (2017). Being our sister and brother’s keeper: Creating equitable learning for students with limited or interrupted formal education. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 47–54.
How Are Educators Teaching What Really Matters for Developing Lifelong Learning In Our Students?
APA Citation: Udziela, T. (2017). How are educators teaching what really matters for developing lifelong learning in our students? The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 55–62.
Confronting the Limitations of Capitalistic Schooling
It’s Time We Hold Accountability Accountable
APA Citation: Chiaravalli, A. (2017). It’s time we hold accountability accountable. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 63–68.
Neoliberalism and the Attack on Learning: Where Do We Find Hope?
APA Citation: Militzer, D. (2017). Neoliberalism and the attack on learning: Where do we find hope? The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 69–77.
Imagination in the Rational Classroom: Considering Alternatives to Capitalism
Lucia De Luca
APA Citation: De Luca, L. (2017). Imagination in the rational classroom: Considering alternatives to capitalism. The Journal of School & Society, 4(2), 78–83.