By A. Green
Supplying an summary and Marxist evaluation of Tony Blair and New Labour's united kingdom schooling guidelines, constructions, and techniques, the participants during this interesting new assortment speak about particular facets of schooling coverage and practices.
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Extra resources for Blair's Educational Legacy: Thirteen Years of New Labour (Marxism and Education)
Eds) (2007) Critical Realism and the Social Sciences: Heterodox Elaborations, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Furlong, J. (2005) New Labour and Teacher Education: The End of an Era, Oxford Review of Education, 31 (1): 119–134. Gamarnikow E. and Green, A. G. (1999a) Social Capital and the Educated Citizen. V, The School Field, X (3/4): 103–125. ——— (1999b) The Third Way and Social Capital: Education Action Zones and a New Agenda for Education, Parents and Community? International Studies in Sociology of Education, 9 (1).
1977) Learning to Labour, How Working Class Kids Get Working Class Jobs, Aldershot: Saxon House. Wilmott, P. and Young, M. (1958) Family and Kinship in East London, London: Routledge. This page intentionally left blank Chapter 3 Education, Education, Education or Business, Business, Business? Kevin Farnsworth W hat stands out most when we look back on Blair’s education policies are his government’s concerted efforts to embed capital— business priorities and business people—into the heart of state education.
To put it more simply, capitalist states, and labour for that matter, depend on corporate investment and profits in order to fulfil their own “needs”: the state for tax revenues and labour for wages (Offe & Ronge, 1984). By increasing the number of investment options open to firms, economic globalisation has effectively increased the relative dependence of the state and labour on footloose capital. At the same time, political globalisation—which shifts some aspects of governance to the international level—has tended to favour business interests and 48 K E V I N FA R N S W O R T H business priorities above others, and reinforce the position of national capitals (Farnsworth, 2004; Korten, 1995; Sklair, 2001).
Blair's Educational Legacy: Thirteen Years of New Labour (Marxism and Education) by A. Green