The Twenty-First Century Guide to Educational Policy
Global Migration, Economization, Nationalism and Language, Pandemic and Climate Change
Published: April 2021
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Published: April 2021
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Published: April 2021
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Published: April 2021
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Language: English

The Twenty-First Century Guide to Educational Policy provides an up-to-date view of the many influences on educational policy in the U.S. Written for both graduate and undergraduate courses, this book describes and analyzes major issues, proposals and politics affecting U.S. education within a global context. The book discusses many issues that impact school systems and education, some obvious, some less so, including:

  • mass migration of the world’s people and the consequences for local schools
  • nationalism
  • economic goals of schooling
  • choice, private education and religion
  • the deep state and educational bureaucracy
  • climate change and the curriculum, and
  • student debt and school finance
This is a perfect textbook for teacher educators to use in a broad range of courses for pre-service teachers and graduate classes.