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Fautley, Martin – Arts Education Policy Review, 2019
Neoliberalism in government thought and action has taken a very specific route in England. Building on a policy research grounding, and subjecting governmental and ministerial utterances to careful consideration, this article discusses the ways in which the specifically English situation has evolved. It reports that government has been carefully…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Educational Change, Neoliberalism, Foreign Countries
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Young, Susan – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
Early childhood provision in England is undergoing a period of expansion and change. Policy for English early years education and care is based on principles of serving children in need rather than entitlement for all. The result is a two-tier system of private and state provision. Music has benefited from this increase in interest and investment.…
Descriptors: Music Education, Standard Setting, Young Children, Quality Control
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Pratt, Linda Ray – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
In this article, the author examines the current arts education policies in the United States through the lens of Matthew Arnold's work and prose during his time as one of Her Majesty's School Inspectors in England and Wales in the nineteenth century. Arnold argued for government funding of public school systems, setting standards of quality for…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Art Education, Access to Education, General Education
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O'Brien, Tom – Arts Education Policy Review, 2007
In this essay, the author asks, "What can the romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley teach us about arts education today?" In Shelley's time, no one was yet worried about improving math, reading, or SAT scores. Nevertheless, there was an implication in the rise of the sciences that educators were even then beginning to confront: What, some…
Descriptors: Art Education, Advocacy, Poets, Prose
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O'Brien, Tom – Arts Education Policy Review, 2004
In this essay, the author asks, "What can the romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley teach us about arts education today?" In Shelley's time, no one was yet worried about improving math, reading, or SAT scores. Nevertheless, there was an implication in the rise of the sciences that educators were even then beginning to confront: What, some…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Poetry, Prose, Art Education
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Pitts, Stephanie E. – Arts Education Policy Review, 1998
Proposes to explore some of the origins of ideas that form the "official" music curriculum in England and suggests ways in which the impetus for development can be sustained. Believes that historical research in music education is central to illuminating the difficulties and strengths of current practice. (CMK)
Descriptors: Applied Music, Cultural Background, Educational History, Educational Policy