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Schools or Markets? Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships

by Deron R. Boyles

  • 211 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Privatization,
  • General,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • United States,
  • Privatization in education,
  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Finance,
  • Education / Aims & Objectives,
  • Education / Organizations & Institutions,
  • Business and education,
  • Commercialism in schools

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7938317M
    ISBN 100805852042
    ISBN 109780805852042

    'School profiteers beware! Consuming Schools is that rare book that manages to shift the discussion of two topics at once—that of consumerism and that of school commercialism. Intervening in the critical literature on both subjects, Trevor Norris's book could not be more important for a deeper understanding of the social implications of the myriad private forces . Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships, edited by Deron R. Boyes, 1– Correspondence should be addressed to Deron R. .

    Schools receive five cents for each flyer handed to a student. While commercialism has existed in our schools for over a century, the corporate invasion of our schools reached unprecedented heights in thes and s after two decades of federal funding cuts and an increasing tendency to apply business models to the education system. Hewitt, R. (). Priming the Pump: “Educating” for Market Democracy. In Deron Boyles (Ed.), Schools or Markets? Commercialism, Privatization and School-Business Partnerships (pp). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

      His books include American Education and Corporations: The Free Market Goes to School and Schools or Markets? Commercialism, Privatization, and School­Business Partnerships. BOYD CREASMAN is a professor of English and the director of general education at West Virginia Wesleyan College.   The report is being hailed by some as proof that commercial activity in schools is a growing threat. ''This is the first official government confirmation that commercialism in schools .


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location New York. Imprint by: Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships is compelling reading for all researchers, faculty, students, and education professionals interested in the connections between public schools and private interests.

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Boyles. Kindle Edition. CDN$ Hardcover. CDN$ (3 used & new offers). His first book, American Education and Corporations: The Free Market Goes to School won the Critics’ Choice Award from AESA in He is editor of two books, Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization and School-Business Partnerships (), and The Corporate Assault on Youth: Commercialism, Exploitation, and the End of Innocence ().

Get this from a library. Schools or markets?: commercialism, privatization, and school-business partnerships. [Deron Boyles;] -- This book challenges readers to consider the consequences of commercialism and business influences on and in schools. Critical essays examine the central theme of commercialism via a multiplicity of.

Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships is compelling reading for all researchers, faculty, students, and education professionals interested in the connections between public schools and private interests.

The breadth and variety of topics addressed make it a uniquely relevant text for courses in Brand: Taylor And Francis. Private knowledge, public domain: The politics of intellectual property in higher education.

In D. Boyles (Ed.), Schools or markets?: Commercialism, privatization, and school-business partnerships (pp. My purpose is to examine and evaluate the implementation of market ideology and practices in education through the prism of both modern democratic theory and the discourse of rights.

I examine the essence and defining characteristics of public schooling in modern democratic theory, explore the democratic purposes of education, and the unique mission of public schools.

Commercialism In Schools 20 Business And Education 12 Education 5 Marketing 5 Education And State 17 G - Geography. Anthropology.

Recreation 1 Format. Books 18 Videos & DVDs 2 Publication Year. to 15 3 to Present 2 Genre. government publications 5. School Law Handbook. by William C. Bosher Jr., Kate R. Kaminski and Richard S. Vacca. Table of Contents. Chapter 2. Commercialism in Schools.

In response to consistent student population growth in the district, the school board decides to pursue a bond issue to renovate older buildings and to add classroom space. Find Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships by Boyles at over 30 bookstores.

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In D. Boyles (Ed.), Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships (). School-Business Partnerships That Work: Success Stories from Schools of All Sizes Schools and businesses are working together to benefit students, teachers, and entire communities.

Successful partnerships can be found across the grades, in schools large and small. Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships, his second book, is an edited volume highlighting young scholars and their work on corporatism. He is also co-author, with Benjamin Baez, of The Politics of Inquiry: Education Research and the «Culture of Science».Reviews: 1.Schools or markets: Commercialism, privatization, and school-business partnerships.

Mahwah (New Jersey): Laurence Erlbaum Associates, p. Added by: Agnès Cavet (08 Jan Europe/Paris) Last edited by: Agnès Cavet (24 Jan Europe/Paris).

The infiltration of public schools by corporate marketing doesn’t begin or end with McTeacher’s Night. Students have been exposed to commercialism in schools for decades and through a variety of methods. Product advertising adorns school hallways, lockers and buses.

Teachers use corporate-sponsored materials in their classrooms.