David Hursh, Ph.D.
David Hursh, Ph.D.
Professor of Education, University of Rochester
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Assessing No Child Left Behind and the rise of neoliberal education policies
D Hursh
American educational research journal 44 (3), 493-518, 2007
The growth of high‐stakes testing in the USA: accountability, markets and the decline in educational equality
D Hursh
British Educational Research Journal 31 (5), 605-622, 2005
High-stakes testing and the decline of teaching and learning: The real crisis in education
DW Hursh
Rowman & Littlefield, 2008
Neo-liberalism, markets and accountability: Transforming education and undermining democracy in the United States and England
D Hursh
Policy Futures in Education 3 (1), 3-15, 2005
Exacerbating inequality: the failed promise of the No Child Left Behind Act
D Hursh
Race Ethnicity and Education 10 (3), 295-308, 2007
Contesting global neoliberalism and creating alternative futures
DW Hursh, JA Henderson
Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education 32 (2), 171-185, 2011
Environmental education in a neoliberal climate
D Hursh, J Henderson, D Greenwood
Environmental Education Research 21 (3), 299-318, 2015
Neoliberalism and schooling in the US: How state and federal government education policies perpetuate inequality
D Hursh, CA Martina
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies 1 (2), 1-13, 2003
The end of public schools: The corporate reform agenda to privatize education
DW Hursh
Routledge, 2015
Neoliberalism and the control of teachers, students, and learning: The rise of standards, standardization, and accountability
D Hursh
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice 7, 2000
Democratic social education: Social studies for social change
DW Hursh
Taylor & Francis, 2000
Raising the stakes: High-stakes testing and the attack on public education in New York
D Hursh
Journal of Education Policy 28 (5), 574-588, 2013
Renaissance 2010: The reassertion of ruling-class power through neoliberal policies in Chicago
P Lipman, D Hursh
Policy futures in education 5 (2), 160-178, 2007
Marketing education: The rise of standardized testing, accountability, competition, and markets in public education
DW Hursh
Neoliberalism and education reform, 15-34, 2007
Assessment for whom: Repositioning higher education assessment as an ethical and value-focused social practice.
AF Wall, D Hursh, JW Rodgers III
Research & Practice in Assessment 9, 5-17, 2014
Repoliticizing higher education assessment within neoliberal globalization
D Hursh, AF Wall
Policy Futures in Education 9 (5), 560-572, 2011
Beyond the justice of the market: Combating neoliberal educational discourse and promoting deliberative democracy and economic equality
D Hursh
Handbook of social justice in education, 152-164, 2009
Undermining democratic education in the USA: The consequences of global capitalism and neo-liberal policies for education policies at the local, state and federal levels
D Hursh
Policy Futures in Education 2 (3-4), 607-620, 2004
Twenty-first century schools: Knowledge, networks and new economies
G Macdonald, DW Hursh
Sense Publishers, 2006
The end of public schools? Or a new beginning?
D Hursh, CA Martina
The Educational Forum 80 (2), 189-207, 2016
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