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EDUC 360

The Political Economy of Schools

The term 'political economy' refers to the fusion of the interests of political and economic elites. The course establishes an economic context for the analysis of current reform initiatives and investigates claims in the literature and in policy about the performance of schools and the privileging of training over education. Examines the claim that economic imperatives have shaped and re-named the world, including the school, and have turned education into a production process. May not be taken pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
1 course

Spring Semester information

M McVorran

360A: The Political Economy of Schools