|1 Adults at Elementary School1|
|Politics and Power Shape the Spaces of Curriculum2|
|Mr. Watts's Transformation of the Curriculum8|
|Teaching Defined at the Intersection
of Theory and Organization12|
|Shifting Meanings of the Term Whole Language16|
|Thurber at the Intersection of City
and Community Politics23|
|Mr. Watts's Response to the Letter28|
|Circuits and Fields30|
|Legitimization Through Economic Discourse43|
|2 A Tangle of Cities, Corporations, and Kids46|
|Industrial Decline and Economic Transformation46|
|The Merger Fight48|
|The New Century Council and Corporate-School
|Putting It Into Practice60|
|The Rebellion of the Teachers62|
|Schoolwork for Exchange67|
|Commodity Fetishism Versus the Fifth Grade69|
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Book title: Tangled Up in School:Politics, Space, Bodies, and Signs in the Educational Process.
Contributors: Jan Nespor - Author.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: vii.
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