This is a peer-reviewed conference paper, which has been accepted as part of a Featured Symposium at the Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE) Canberra, 2017.
EventPublic schooling, politics and community
PublisherAustralian Association of Research in Education
Place of publicationCanberra, A.C.T.
NotesPapers presented in the symposium were:
1. How should public schools meet their publics? A history of policy debates about schools and their communities - Helen Proctor & Sue Goodwin
2. Creating a community of consumption: public education and the politics of privilege - Emma Rowe
3. School autonomy reform and public education in Australia: implications for social justice - Amanda Keddie
4. Searching for the public: School funding and shifting meanings of ‘the public’ in Australian education - Jessica Gerrard & Kate O'Connor
Publication classificationE4 Edited volume of conference proceedings
Copyright notice2017, The Author(s)
ExtentPeer-reviewed conference presentation: Featured Symposium titled Public schooling, politics and community
Editor/Contributor(s)J Blackmore, H Proctor, S Goodwin, A Keddie, J Gerrard, G Savage