Tag Archives: Schools

Cultural Logic launches new issue #CulturalLogic21

Cultural Logic is a journal of marxism, literature, and radical politics, which has been an open access journal since it was founded in 1997. The new issue, Cultural Logic 21, features the following articles and poetry. Articles Anthony Barnum “Identifying … Continue reading

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Be Realistic Demand the Impossible: A Rejoinder to Peter Seixas [updated with video]

“Be Realistic Demand the Impossible”[1] Rejoinder to Peter Siexas’s Dangerous indeed: A response to E. Wayne Ross’ ‘Courage of hopelessness’ University of British Columbia Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy Seminar Series: Diverse Perspectives on Curriculum & Pedagogy February 26, 2016 … Continue reading

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Students and Teachers! The Unasked Question: Why Have School?

Rich Gibson, guest blogger, asks Why Have School? Dear Students and School Workers, Perhaps you can challenge your friends, teachers, and colleagues, or maybe torment the worst one, with a little exercise I use at the beginning of every class: … Continue reading

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Race and Fear of the ‘Other’ in Common Sense Revolution Reforms (Critical Education 4.2)

Critical Education Vol 4, No 2 (2013) Table of Contents Article Race and Fear of the ‘Other’ in Common Sense Revolution Reforms Laura Elizabeth Pinto Niagara University Abstract During the 1990s, Ontario experienced significant social policy reform under the Progressive-Conservative … Continue reading

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Chomsky on Dewey

Here’s a very brief clip that gets to the heart of John Dewey’s thought on schools and society.

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Becky: “Can you help me to destroy my school, please?”

Becky Calls Demolition Company sound bite  Becky sound bites

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Meet the new boss/Same as the old boss: Obama’s education policy ignores role of poverty in educational achievement (and evidence that NCLB should be scrapped)

In a Chicago Daily Observer column, which also appeared in the print version of the Chicago Sun-Times, Don Rose gives “Bad Grades for Obama on Education.” Rose cuts Obama a break and doesn’t “fail” him because of his commitment to … Continue reading

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Report Says Principal Put Dallas Students in Fight Cage

Report Says Principal Put Dallas Students in Fight Cage – NYTimes.com. According to The New York Times, a high school principal and his security staff “shut feuding students in a steel cage to settle disputes with bare-knuckle fistfights.” An internal … Continue reading

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