in: Routledge Studies in Education, Neoliberalism, and Marxism, 14
"As a school ethnography, this book explores the controversial schooling practices and strategies embedded in charter school management organizations (CMOs), as well as how these practices influence teaching and learning, school leadership, teachers' professional identities, and students' understanding of success. By theorizing the common practices within the organization, Stahl connects current research in neoliberal governance, neoliberal structuring of educational policy, aspiration and social reproduction in schooling. Honing in on the discourse on education reform, Stahl demonstrates that a "unique blend" of neoliberalism and social justice values have permeated the CMO's institutional culture, promoting the belief that adopting corporate practices will fix America's schools and ensure equity of opportunity for all. The inclusion of institutional texts (emails, Blackberry messages, posters, and rubrics) balances the personal-subjective and inter-subjective to capture a blend of neoliberalism and social justice reframing."--Provided by publisher.
Neoliberalism, School management and organization, Charter schools, United States, Business and education, Education Policy & Politics, School Leadership, Management & Administration, Teachers & Teacher Education, Teaching & Learning, EDUCATION / Administration / General, EDUCATION / Leadership
Taylor and Francis