The Politics of Official Knowledge: Does a National Curriculum Make Sense?
by Michael W. Apple — 1993
The ideology behind the educational justifications for a national curriculum and national testing can damage members of society who have the most to lose. The paper analyzes the conservative agenda, discusses connections between national curricula and testing, increasing privatization, and choice plans, and notes resulting patterns of differential benefit. (Source: ERIC)
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