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The Great American Education-Industrial Complex: Ideology, Technology, and Profit


reviewed by David Casalaspi — April 07, 2014

coverTitle: The Great American Education-Industrial Complex: Ideology, Technology, and Profit
Author(s): Anthony G. Picciano & Joel Spring
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415524148, Pages: 200, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 07, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17484, Date Accessed: 9/2/2014 7:40:49 PM

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  • David Casalaspi
    Michigan State University
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    DAVID CASALASPI is a doctoral student in Michigan State University’s Educational Policy Program. His current research interests lie in the politics and history of education – specifically, issues of school governance, the interaction between schooling and American democratic thought and the educational politics of problem definition. To date, he has conducted original research on the rise of performance-based accountability at the federal level, cheating scandals in the 1990s, and the passage of the ESEA of 1965. He is also currently engaged in a project examining the influence of money power on local school board elections. He has a B.A. in History from the University of Virginia, where he also taught a seminar on the political history of education.
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