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Lifelong Learning in Europe: National Patterns and Challenges


reviewed by Bowen Paulle — May 08, 2014

coverTitle: Lifelong Learning in Europe: National Patterns and Challenges
Author(s): Ellu Saar, Odd Bjørn Ure & John Holford
Publisher: Edward Elgar,
ISBN: 0857937359, Pages: 456, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 08, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17525, Date Accessed: 9/2/2014 5:07:49 AM

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  • Bowen Paulle
    University of Amsterdam
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    BOWEN PAULLE is an Assistant Professor in Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. After working on efforts to desegregate schools in various parts of the Netherlands, Paulle is presently working on a grass-roots initiated effort to bring enriching experiences -- after school, during vacations, and on weekends -- to roughly 1000 primacy school students in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Rotterdam. He is the author of Toxic Schools: High-Poverty Education in New York and Amsterdam (University of Chicago Press, 2013). His most recent articles are “Elias and Bourdieu” (with Bart van Heerikhuizen and Mustafa Emirbayer, Journal of Classical Sociology), “The Integration Matrix Reloaded: From Ethnic Fixations to Established Versus Outsiders Dynamics in the Netherlands” (with Barak Kalir, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies) and “Coming Hard: The primacy of embodied stress responses in high poverty schools” (forthcoming in The European Journal of Sociology”).
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