Book details

Publication date: March 1999
Features: Notes, appendices
Keywords: Education;Policy
Subject(s): EDUCATION / Educational Policy & Reform / General, Education, Policy, Education;Policy, Education, Political Science
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press, Parkland Institute

Trevor W. Harrison. Trevor W. Harrison is Chair of the Sociology Department, University of Lethbridge. His areas of specialization include Canadian society, political economy, and public policy.

Jerrold Kachur. Jerry is a professor of international political economy, social theory, and political philosophy. He teaches undergraduate courses in the sociology of education and graduate courses in social theory and education, development theory and education, research methodologies, and policy analysis and education. His program specialization is Theoretical, Cultural and International Studies in Education (TCI). TCI houses the philosophy and social sciences of education (formerly Foundations of Education) in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta.

".highly informative, covers the main policy developments in an authoritative manner and could provoke much needed debate." David Taras, Alberta Views

"a fascinating and disturbing book.. We owe it to ourselves and our kids to read this significant and instructive book and to get more involved." Canadian Principal

"This book is an illuminating and thorough critique of Klein's education legacy. Trevor Harrison and Jerrold Kachur's collection of essays is meticulous and non-partisan, and though Classrooms was published in 1999 its critiques are remarkably prescient--useful to anyone wishing to understand the roots of the grievances outlined by 2003's Alberta Learning Commission." Evan Osenton, Assistant Editor, AlbertaViews

ISBNs: 9780888643155 978-0-88864-315-5 Title: contested classrooms