Teachers and Texts: A Political Economy of Class and Gender Relations in Education
Apple critically examines current trends in educational policy and draws on the issues of gender, class and economic pressure implicit in the battle for control of the curriculum.
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CONTROLLING THE WORK OF TEACHERS
THE CULTURE AND COMMERCE OF THE TEXTBOOK
OLD HUMANISTS AND NEW CURRICULA
IS THE NEW TECHNOLOGY PART OF THE SOLUTION OR PART
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Michael W. Apple
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