Capital rules: schooling, teacher education and higher education in Britain and the USA: high stakes testing, curriculum control, recomposition of teachers, standardisation of pedagogy, the delegitimation and compression of critical space, and intellectual thuggery.

Hill, Dave (2004) Capital rules: schooling, teacher education and higher education in Britain and the USA: high stakes testing, curriculum control, recomposition of teachers, standardisation of pedagogy, the delegitimation and compression of critical space, and intellectual thuggery. In: The Rouge Forum Summer Institute on Education and Society, 24-27 June, 2004, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, New York. (Unpublished)

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