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Grammars of Privatization, Schooling, and the “Network State”

  • André Elias Mazawi
Part of the Comparative and International Education book series (CIEDV)

Abstract

In her book, Hidden Markets: The New Education Privatization, Patricia Burch (2009) observes that the “center of gravity in public policy has shifted. Once considered relatively fringe, market principles of competition, consumerism, and incentives linked to performance, have become accepted policy strategies for improving social outcomes” (p. 1). As part of this process, Jill Blackmore (2000) points out that “more flexible delivery regimes” (p. 147) have been introduced.

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School District Network State British Columbia Political Community Charter School 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • André Elias Mazawi
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  1. 1.Department of Educational Studies, Faculty of EducationUniversity of British ColumbiaCanada

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