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New issue of Critical Education launched: Critical Education Volume 8, Number 4 March 1, 2017 The New Teachers’ Roundtable: A Case Study of Collective Resistance Beth Leah Sondel Abstract The New Teachers’ Roundtable (NTRT) is a democratically run collective of … Continue reading
Call for Manuscripts: Critical Education Radical Departures: Ruminations on the Purposes of Higher Education in Prison Series Editors: Erin L. Castro, University of Utah Mary Rachel Gould, Saint Louis University Higher education in prison is experiencing a moment of increased … Continue reading
CALL FOR PAPERS: Special issue of Policy Futures in Education Lefebvre’s teachings Lefebvre’s teachings Guest editor: Derek R. Ford, PhD Although the person of Henri Lefebvre has been gone since 1991, the exploration of the implications of his thought for … Continue reading
Call for Papers SPECIAL ISSUE OF KNOWLEDGE CULTURES Learning, Technologies, and Time in the Age of Global Neoliberal Capitalism The study of time, technology and learning has preoccupied scholars across disciplines for decades. From the psychological impacts of networked gadgets to … Continue reading
[Cross posted from Institute for Critical Education Studies blog] Does size matter when it comes to public school classes? This question was debated on CBC Radio’s The Current this morning. Burnaby, BC grade 4/5 teacher Jennifer Heighton, Russ Whitehurst of … Continue reading
No, don’t call me “Cassandra” (she had the curse of never being believed). Everyone knew my prophesy would be fulfilled!
On Tuesday May 6, 2014, the “Amazing E. Wayne”—renowned mystic, soothsayer, prophet, knower of things about BC politics—wrote the following about BC Minister of Education Peter Fassbender’s announcement of an investigation into the bizarre story of Rick Davis, the BC … Continue reading