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Critical literacy as legitimate knowledge. The importance of teacher agency.

Chapter in book
Authors Jennifer Alford
Catarina Schmidt
Anna Lyngfelt
Published in Re-imagining education for democracy. S. Riddle and M. W. Apple (red.)
Pages 92-111
ISBN 978-0-367-19712-4
Publisher Routledge
Place of publication London and New York
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies
Pages 92-111
Language en
Links https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books...
Subject categories Pedagogical Work

Abstract

Re-imagining Education for Democracy takes up the unfinished project of resisting the de-democratisation of education and growing levels of social and educational inequality. Where are the spaces for change and articulating hopeful alternatives? How might we imagine and produce different futures? What are the opportunities for affirmative interference, and how could we produce a more sustainable re-imagining and re-doing of the critical project of education?

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