Many students, parents and teachers are troubled by the emergence of the knowledge economy. There are also politicians who are concerrned that the ideological project of neo-liberal globalism poses challenges for the maintenance of democracy within nation-states, let alone its deepening and extension into trans-national spheres of governance.
|Title of host publication||Only Connect|
|Subtitle of host publication||English teaching, schooling and community|
|Place of Publication||Kent Town, South Australia|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|