英国教育政策論集<br>Tracing Educational Policy : Selections from the Oxford Review of Education (Education Heritage Series) (1ST)

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英国教育政策論集
Tracing Educational Policy : Selections from the Oxford Review of Education (Education Heritage Series) (1ST)

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基本説明

Brings together key articles that trace the development of British education policy since 1975 with twenty-six key articles from the Oxford Review of Education.

Full Description


This book brings together key articles that trace the development of British education policy since 1975 and provides a valuable route map to developments within education policy during this period. It includes twenty-six seminal articles from the Oxford Review of Education written by many of the leading authors in the field and covering issues and topics with a wide significance beyond Britain. In one, easy-to-access place, this authoritative reference book provides a collection of articles that have made an important impact on policy studies and cover a broad range of significant policy issues, including:equality in education school effectiveness special educational needs school choice fourteen to nineteen education the structure of the educational system. The book has been compiled by the current editors of the journal to show the development of the field, and their specially written introduction contextualises the selection and introduces students to the main issues and current thinking in the field.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       1  (8)
PART I 1975-1979 Labour Government, The Great 9 (118)
Debate and the Callaghan years
1 The concept of equality in education 11 (9)
MARY WARNOCK
2 Sociology and the equality debate 20 (19)
A.H. HALSEY
3 Equality and education: fact and fiction 39 (11)
H.J. EYSENCK
4 The impossibility of a core curriculum 50 (12)
ALAN HARRIS
5 The impossibility of a core curriculum: a 62 (6)
reply to Alan Harris
JOHN WHITE
6 Authority, bureaucracy and the education 68 (22)
debate
A.H. HALSEY
7 Power and participation 90 (15)
VERNON BOGDANOR
8 The seventy thousand hours that Rutter 105(22)
left out
ANTHONY HEATH AND PETER CLIFFORD
PART II 1979-1986 Conservative Government, 127(108)
Margaret Thatcher and slow change
9 The educational consequences of Mr Norman 129(21)
Tebbit
STUART MACLURE
10 Reconciling the irreconcilable: declining 150(13)
secondary schools rolls and the organisation
of the system
W.F. DENNISON
11 Educational attainment in secondary schools 163(31)
JOHN MARKS AND CAROLINE COX
12 Problems in comparing examination 194(13)
attainment in selective and comprehensive
secondary schools
KEN FOGELMAN
13 Selection does make a difference 207(16)
PETER CLIFFORD AND ANTHONY HEATH
14 The expansion of special education 223(12)
SALLY TOMLINSON
PART III 1987-1997 Conservative Government, the 235(122)
Education Reform Act and after
15 Evolution or revolution: dilemmas in the 237(18)
post ERA management of special educational
needs by local authorities
CATHERINE CLARK, ALAN DYSON AND ALAN
MILLWARD
16 Equality fifteen years on 255(11)
MARY WARNOCK
17 'British schools for British citizens'? 266(16)
BARRY TROYNA AND RICHARD HATCHER
18 Specialisation and selection in secondary 282(14)
education
TONY EDWARDS AND GEOFF WHITTY
19 Choice and diversity in education: a 296(17)
defence
JAMES TOOLEY
20 Through the revolution and out the other 313(25)
side
STUART MACLURE
21 14-19 Education: legacy, opportunities and 338(19)
challenges
MICHAEL YOUNG AND KEN SPOURS
PART IV 1997-2005 Labour Government, change and 357(95)
continuity
22 From City Technology Colleges to sponsored 359(17)
grant-maintained schools
GEOFFREY WALFORD
23 Faith-based schools and state funding: a 376(15)
partial argument
HARRY JUDGE
24 School admissions and 'selection' in 391(25)
comprehensive schools: policy and practice
ANNE WEST, AUDREY HIND AND HAZEL PENNELL
25 Labour government policy 416(17)
RICHARD PRING
26 Reinventing 'inclusion': New Labour and 433(19)
the cultural politics of special education
DERRICK ARMSTRONG
Index 452