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Publication Detail
The impact of policy on teacher education and literacy education in England: some notes from a corner of a small island
  • Publication Type:
    Chapter
  • Authors:
    Yandell J
  • Publisher:
    Sense
  • Publication date:
    2016
  • Place of publication:
    Rotterdam, Netherlands & Boston, MA
  • Chapter number:
    3
  • Editors:
    Kosnik C,White S,Beck C,Marshall B,Goodwin AL,Murray J
  • ISBN-13:
    978-94-6300-490-9
  • Book title:
    Building bridges: rethinking literacy teacher education in a digital era
  • Keywords:
    policy, curriculum, teacher education, teacher formation, pedagogy, literacy, standards
  • Addresses:
    John Yandell
    University College London
    CCM
    20 Bedford Way
    London
    WC1H 0AL
    United Kingdom
Abstract
This chapter focuses attention on policy in England, and particularly on recent attempts to refashion both curricular content and pedagogic identities. These changes are seen as counter-revolutionary, an intervention by culturally conservative policy-makers to reverse the gains of the preceding, more progressive era. The analysis of policy is framed by vignettes of practice, from 1985 to the present, from which the reader is invited to conclude that schools remain both sites of struggle and places of possibility.
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