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Assault on kids : how hyper-accountability, corporatization, deficit ideologies, and Ruby Payne are destroying our schools

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Counterpoints New York, N.Y. ; v. 402, Peter Lang, New York, p.257 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LC191.4 .A765 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9340592

Keywords:

Critical pedagogy--United States, Education--Social aspects--United States, Payne, Ruby K

Abstract:

Contents: The "empire" strikes back via a neoliberal agenda: confronting the legacies of colonialism / by Roberta Ahlquist -- What we don't talk about when we talk about "the achievement gap" / by Sue Books -- Can standardized teacher performance assessment identify highly qualified teachers? / by Ann Berlak -- Anti-democratic militaristic education: an overview and critical analysis of KIPP schools / by Brian Lack -- Exposing the myths of the corporate city: popular education and political activism in Atlanta / by Richard Lakes ... [et al.] -- Ground zero in a corporate classroom / by Lisa Martin -- Why aren't we more enraged?: it will take more than a civil rights movement to interrupt the historical normalizing of deficit discourses about poor students and students of color / by Virginia Lea -- Unlearning deficit ideology and the scornful gaze: thoughts on authenticating the class discourse in education / by Paul C. Gorski -- A framework for maintaining white privilege: a critique of Ruby Payne / by Monique Redeaux -- Undoing Ruby Payne and other deficit views of English language learners / by Theresa Montaño & Rosalinda Quintanar-Sarellana -- What's class got to do with it?: a pedagogical response to a deficit perspective / by Julie Keown-Bomar & Deborah Pattee.

Publication Language:

eng