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ISBN:
0862160758
Author:
Ted Tapper,Brian Salter
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
G. McIntyre (January 11, 1982)
Pages:
274 pages
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1995 kb
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Volume 12 Issue 1. Brian Salter and Ted Tapper

Volume 12 Issue 1. Brian Salter and Ted Tapper, English Français. Journal of Social Policy. Brian Salter and Ted Tapper, Education, Politics and the State: The Theory and Practice of Educational Change, Grant McIntyre, London, 1981. viii+264 pp. £1. 5, paper £. 5.

The Politics of Change in the Health Service. Representation: Theory and Practice in Britain (Theory and Practice in Brit. Education, Participation, and Power: Essays in Theory and Practice (The Har. There and Then: The Travel Writing of James Salter. Reforming Education: From Origins to Outcomes (Educational Change and Devel. Parents, the State and the Right to Educate.

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This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education Education Organisation . Ted Tapper (author), Brian Salter (author).

This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education Education Organisation & management of education.

Chapters include: - Education, the state and the politics of reform: the historical context - Creating a mass system of higher education - The reinvention of teacher professionalism - Empowerment or performativity? - - Gender and education policy

Chapters include: - Education, the state and the politics of reform: the historical context - Creating a mass system of higher education - The reinvention of teacher professionalism - Empowerment or performativity? - - Gender and education policy.

Find nearly any book by Ted Tapper. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Fee-paying Schools and Educational Change in Britain: Between the State and the Marketplace. ISBN 9780713040302 (978-0-7130-4030-2) Softcover, Routledge, 1997.

Changes in British politics mean that it is open to a new range of criticisms, but it still retains some .

Changes in British politics mean that it is open to a new range of criticisms, but it still retains some validity given the importance of narratives of inclusion and exclusion in politics. The Labour government's code of practice on consultation should make it easier for groups to put their views to government, but traditional insiders still have some advantages, particularly in relation to socially excluded groups. The central argument is that the structure of higher education is formed through the interaction of the state, market and higher education institutions and is, therefore, a shifting political construct.

Higher education in Britain has changed out of all recognition in recent . Tapper divides the book into three parts. Tapper's analysis offers some useful insights.

Higher education in Britain has changed out of all recognition in recent years. We have moved from an elite to a mass system with more students, broader and more complex curricula, huge variations in what it means to be a student, and with institutions forging different relations to both the wider society and to the state. The State and the Governance of Higher Education: Contextualising he Changing Relationship. From the UGC and NAB to the Funding Council Model of Governance.

TED Tapper and brian salter. To those members of the working class who will never read this book. and government are well aware, is quite another. They are faced with a decentralised education system over which they have only weak lines of control, an ensconced ideology with pockets of radical opinion neither of which are going to give up without a fight, and last but not least, the prospect of disrupting existing mechanisms of class control should they interfere too vigorously: scarcely an example of an efficient ruling class.

By Dr Brian Salter, Brian Salter, Ted Tapper. Journal of Educational Administration and History- "This is a substantial study of the way in which the central government has steadily built up a system of close control over all major - and many minor - aspects of the affairs of individual universitie. t is the most extensive work in this field since the publication in 1939 of . Berdahl"s classic, British Universities. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: EDU000000. What is VitalSource ?