|Statement||by Joel H. Spring.|
|Series||Beacon paperback ; 467|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
Education and the Rise of the Corporate State. Author reviews Joel Spring's book, which focuses on the relationship between the corporate state and educational change. (RK)Author: Marvin Lazerson. Education and the Rise of the Corporate State Joel H. Spring Snippet view - Read this book on Questia. Education and the Rise of the Corporate State by Joel H. Spring, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Education and the Rise of the Corporate State (). Education and the rise of the corporate state by Joel H. Spring. Published by Beacon Press in Boston. Written in EnglishCited by:
Education and the rise of the corporate state (Book, )  Get this from a library! Education and the rise of the corporate state. Education and the rise of the corporate state. Boston, Beacon Press  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, . The election of Barack Obama appeared to signal a shift in U.S. policy toward the Left, particularly since Obama has been framed as a “socialist,” but the education discourse and policy pursued under Obama and voiced by Secretary of Education Arne. Absent from media coverage of efforts by Gates and others to dominate the nation's education agenda is any mention of the fact that firms such as Amazon and Microsoft are for-profit technology companies which stand to benefit from lucrative contracts if the policy agenda for education is dominated by a push for science and technology, often to.
This essay examines the corporate model for education reform against Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano, Foucault's () confronting "the present scientifico-legal complex" (standardized testing), and the corrosive call for improving teacher quality--all of which work to replace public education with free-market competition and teachers as service workers. Corporate education reform includes a specific set of policy proposals currently driving education policy at the state and federal levels. These proposals include: increased test-based evaluation of students, teachers, and schools of education. The corporate university is being undone by the very forces that created it. The defining characteristic of higher education in the last forty years has been its corporatization, which has transformed the university from an educational community with shared governance into a top-down bureaucracy that is increasingly managed and operated like a traditional profit-seeking corporation. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: corporate state.