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Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies

The Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies (JCEPS) is a double-blind peer reviewed international scholarly journal focused on the development of Marxist/left scholarship in the field of education.

Announcements

 

Fundraising- Keep JCEPS Free Online- GoFundMe May2024

 

KEEP JCEPS FREE ONLINE AND OPEN-ACCESS! PLEASE DONATE/ HELP IF YOU CAN

 

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Posted: 2024-05-09 More...
 

New Edition of JCEPS now online-JCEPS22(1)

 
List of Contents below- 12 articles online at www.jceps.com  
Posted: 2024-05-09 More...
 

The next ICCE Conference (International Conference on Critical Education)

 

The next ICCE Conference will be at the University of Ankara, Turkiye, 2-6 July 2024

The website is

 https://icce2024ankara.wordpress.com/

Register Now!

 
Posted: 2024-01-12
 

New edition of JCEPS (Edition 21(3) to be uploaded shortly

 

The transformative potential of critical pedagogy for Education Studies students in interrogating neoliberalism.

Ben Johnson, Birmingham Newman University, Birmingham, England, UK

Precluding Critical Pedagogy: Ethical Democracy and the Tyranny of Functional Metrics, Visible Learning, and Data Surveillance

Peter W Shay, Education Researcher, Australia

Employing Critical Place-Based Inquiry in the Media and Information Literacy Praxis: Preliminary Expositions and Propositions
John N Ponsaran, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

The private education dilemma: Why public-school teachers are opting for alternative options for their children?

Muharrem Demirdiş and Pelin Taşkın, Ankara University, Ankara, Türkiye

Greek, Finnish and Danish curricula and their relation to the labor market: a critical approach

Marina Sounoglou, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece

 All that glitters is not gold: The depoliticization of social inequality in European education policy on ‘microcredentials’

Marita Ljungqvist and Anders Sonesson, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Investigating the Possibility of Change within the Transnational Higher Education in China Using a Freirean Study of the Promise of Critical Pedagogy

Xiangyu Zeng, University of Bristol, Bristol, England, UK

Book Review Symposium: Derek R. Ford Teaching the Actuality of Revolution: Aesthetics, Unlearning, and the Sensations of Struggle (Madison: Iskra Books, 2023), 158 pages, paperback. ISBN:13: 978-1-0880-7169-4

(Review Essay) Simon Boxley, University of Winchester, Winchester, Hampshire, UK

Jesus Jaime-Diaz & Aimée Azul Chávez, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Book Review Symposium: Mike Cole Racism and The Tory Party: From Disraeli to Johnson (New York: Routledge, 2023), 490 pages, paperback. ISBN: 9781032056753

Susan Nelson, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Jesus Jaime-Diaz, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Book Review Symposium: Maya John (Ed), Debating Education in India: Issues and Concerns (New Delhi, Tulika Books, 2023), pp 300, Hardcover, ISBN- 978-81-956392-4-3

Avijit Pathak, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Amrita Sastry, Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, India

Mandvi Mishra, University of Delhi, Delhi, India

 
Posted: 2024-01-12
 

Upcoming edition of JCEPS 21(3) January 2024

 

JCEPS21(3) Table of Contents. January 2024

The transformative potential of critical pedagogy for Education Studies students in interrogating neoliberalism.

Ben Johnson, Birmingham Newman University, Birmingham, England, UK

Precluding Critical Pedagogy: Ethical Democracy and the Tyranny of Functional Metrics, Visible Learning, and Data Surveillance

Peter W Shay, Education Researcher, Australia

Employing Critical Place-Based Inquiry in the Media and Information Literacy Praxis: Preliminary Expositions and Propositions

John N Ponsaran, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

The private education dilemma: Why public school teachers are opting for alternative options for their children?

Muharrem Demirdiş and Pelin Taşkın, Ankara University, Ankara, Türkiye

Greek, Finnish and Danish curricula and their relation to the labor market: a critical approach

Marina Sounoglou, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece

All that glitters is not gold: The depoliticization of social inequality in European education policy on ‘microcredentials’

Marita Ljungqvist and Anders Sonesson, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Investigating the Possibility of Change within the Transnational Higher Education in China Using a Freirean Study of the Promise of Critical Pedagogy

Xiangyu Zeng, University of Bristol, Bristol, England, UK

Book Review Symposium: Derek R. Ford Teaching the Actuality of Revolution: Aesthetics, Unlearning, and the Sensations of Struggle (Madison: Iskra Books, 2023), 158 pages, paperback. ISBN:13: 978-1-0880-7169-4

Simon Boxley, University of Winchester, Winchester, Hampshire, UK

Jesus Jaime-Diaz & Aimée Azul Chávez, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Book Review Symposium: Mike Cole Racism and The Tory Party: From Disraeli to Johnson (New York: Routledge, 2023), 490 pages, paperback. ISBN: 9781032056753

Susan Nelson, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Jesus Jaime-Diaz, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Book Review Symposium: Maya John (Ed), Debating Education in India: Issues and Concerns (New Delhi, Tulika Books, 2023), pp 300, Hardcover, ISBN- 978-81-956392-4-3

Avijit Pathak, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Amrita Sastry, Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, India

Mandvi Mishra, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
 
Posted: 2024-01-12 More...
 
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