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Rodriguez, Arturo; Magill, Kevin Russell – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2016
In this essay, we conduct a brief analytical review of teacher preparation programs, which claim to prepare lifelong culturally responsive teachers. Initial evaluation revealed factors limiting program success, they include: deeply embedded dominant ideological assumptions, use of traditional methods to train teachers, inability to understand or…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Competencies, Teaching Methods
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Edwards, Laura A.; Greenwalt, Kyle A. – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2013
This paper explores what might be seen as a paradox at the heart of the current push to "globalize" education: at a moment when administrators, especially in higher education, are seeking to globalize their programs (often for reasons having to do with increasing international competition and decreasing funding for education), global…
Descriptors: Progressive Education, Social Change, Competition, Global Approach
Mehra, Bharat; Bishop, Ann P. – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2007
This paper draws upon a case study of library and information science (LIS) international doctoral students in the United States and documents their perspectives to identify ways to further internationalization. Internationalization is defined as incorporating non-US issues and elements into LIS education. The study explores internationalization…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Information Science, Information Science Education, Student Attitudes
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Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, Valerie – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2006
This article examines some of the major Marxist-humanist themes that animate the revolutionary critical pedagogy delineated by Peter McLaren in recent years. Among these themes are radical universalism, an interrogation of the capitalization and commodification of human labor, and the interrelatedness of American imperialism and neoliberal…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Humanism, Political Attitudes, Commercialization