BOOKS

The manufactured crisis: Myths, fraud, and the attack on America’s public schools
The manufactured crisis: Myths, fraud, and the attack on America’s public schools

The manufactured crisis: Myths, fraud, and the attack on America’s public schools Mark J. Garrison

  • Garrison, M. J. (2015). The manufactured crisis: Myths, fraud, and the attack on America’s public schools. In J. M. DeVitis (Ed.), Popular Educational Classics: A Reader (pp. 277–289). New York: Peter Lang.
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The role of big data and “personalized learning” in the privatization of education
The role of big data and “personalized learning” in the privatization of education

The role of big data and “personalized learning” in the privatization of education Heather Roberts-Mahoney, Mark J. Garrison

  • Roberts-Mahoney, H., & Garrison, M. J. (2015). The role of big data and “personalized learning” in the privatization of education. In M. Abendroth & B. Porfilio (Eds.), Understanding neoliberal rule in k-12 schools: Educational fronts for local and global justice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
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A measure of failure: The political origins of standardized testing
A measure of failure: The political origins of standardized testing

A measure of failure: The political origins of standardized testing Mark J. Garrison

  • “Both original and provocative, A Measure of Failure is a compelling account of the historical and contemporary relationship between standardized testing in education and processes of state formation,” Thomas C. Pedroni
  • 2009: SUNY Press
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Measurement as politics by other means: The case of test-based teacher evaluation
Measurement as politics by other means: The case of test-based teacher evaluation

Measurement as politics by other means: The case of test-based teacher evaluation Mark J. Garrison

  • Garrison, M. J. (2015). Measurement as politics by other means: The case of test-based teacher evaluation. In K. E. O’Hare (Ed.), Teacher Evaluation: The Charge and the Challenges (pp. 39–58). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
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Value-added measures and the rise of anti-public schooling: The political, economic and ideological origins of test-based teacher evaluation
Value-added measures and the rise of anti-public schooling: The political, economic and ideological origins of test-based teacher evaluation

Value-added measures and the rise of anti-public schooling: The political, economic and ideological origins of test-based teacher evaluation Mark J. Garrison

  • Garrison, M. J. (2015). Value-added measures and the rise of anti-public schooling: The political, economic and ideological origins of test-based teacher evaluation. In B. Porfilio & P. Carr (Eds.), The phenomenon of Obama and the agenda for education: can hope audaciously trump neoliberalism? (pp. 213–229). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
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