Expertise versus Responsiveness in Children's Worlds: Politics in School, Home and Community Relationships

By Maureen McClure; Jane Clark Lindle | Go to book overview
POLITICS OF EDUCATION ASSOCIATION YEARBOOK 1996, 111-118
Index

a
Aboriginal people 40, 48
abuse, 46, 81, 84, 86
academics 105, 107
Academy of Pedagogical Sciences (APS) 72
accountability 61, 92, 93
achievement 90, 94, 97
activism 106
actor-preparedness 42
administration 21, 45
administrators 45
Advanced Placement Calculus exam 92
Africa 16
African National Congress (ANC) 14
Afrikaaners 16
after-school programmes 77
alcoholism 48
Alston, K. 14
Alternative Public Schools Inc. 65, 66
American Civil Liberty Union 59
American Federation of Teachers 66
Annual Education Industry Conference 65
annual reports 41
anti-communism 104
anti-laity conspiracies 7, 8
Apple, M. 102
Aristotle 21
Aronowitz, S. 10
ascribed communities 17
Asia 16, 73
assessment reform 89, 98
assumptions 8, 9, 18, 32
changing communities 48
human ecology, 33
neutrality 42
privatization 67
schools 86 -7
social cognitive theory 80 -4
atavistic communities 16
atomized communities 17
Australia 37, 38, 39
Australian Education Union (AEU) 38 -9
authentic assessment 89
authority 40, 42
autochthonous communities 16, 18
autonomy 6
Azar, S.T. 79, 87

b
basics 96
Bateson, G. 86 -7
behaviourism 24
Bellah, R. 56 -7
bio-ecology 33
bioethics 59
Bleim, C.L. 94
Boards 45
Bokin, T. 71
Bolsheviks 71
Boston University 37, 39
budgets 16, 65, 66
Buechler, M. 67
bureaucracy 38, 72, 74

c
calculators 96
California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) 94 -5
California Lutheran University 89
campaign strategies 106
Canada 45

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