Capitalism, Modernity and the Future of Education in the New Social Contract
by Roger Dale & Susan Robertson - 2009
It is clear that we are entering a new and unknown world, where it seems that nothing can be predicted, except perhaps that it will be both in the short term rather uncomfortable and in the longer term quite different. This is at least as true of education as of any other area of organised human activity, and the fundamental concern of this chapter will be the changing role, nature, and place of “education” in twenty-first century societies.
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