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Testimony(ies) and Critical Discourse/S) Hardcover – July 10, 2008.

by. Christopher G. Robbins (Author). A must read to see how we got here, who is served, and how to resist.

Expelling Hope: The Assualt on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling. Raises critical questions about the impacts of punitive policies, particularly "zero tolerence," and repressive social relationships on youth (of color) and public schooling. Expelling Hope: The Assualt on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling. 0791475050 (ISBN13: 9780791475058).

Introduction: Expelling hope : zero tolerance and the attack on youth, public schooling, and democracy - The problems of zero tolerance and the problem for democracy : a critical analysis - Suspending citizenship : the social contract, the hidden curriculum, and the not-so-hidden.

Introduction: Expelling hope : zero tolerance and the attack on youth, public schooling, and democracy - The problems of zero tolerance and the problem for democracy : a critical analysis - Suspending citizenship : the social contract, the hidden curriculum, and the not-so-hidden curriculum of zero tolerance - Occupying education : zero tolerance and the militarization of schooling - Zero tolerance.

Robbins book, Expelling Hope . The Curriculum and Citizenship Education in the Context of Inequality: Seeking a Praxis of Hope By Spreen, Carol Anne Vally, Salim Perspectives in Education, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 2012.

Robbins book, Expelling Hope: The Assault on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling makes these important connections by critically examining the ways in which zerotolerance policies in schools reflect the United States' shift from a nation committed to inclusion and democratic practices to one favoring exclusion and dominative enactments.

Expelling Hope raises critical questions about the effects of punitive policies, particularly “zero tolerance,” and repressive social relationships on youth (of color) and public schooling. It argues convincingly that zero tolerance is a catchword, or linchpin, for an array of discourses and social practices that support the criminalization of youth, the militarization of public schooling and culture, and the marketization of public life

Bibliographic references. Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-209) and index. Electronic reproduction.

Expelling Hope: The Assault on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling. Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of SchoolsThe Docile Body in School Space. Saltman, K. J. and Gabbard, D. A. (Ed. (2011). Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools. New York: Taylor & Francis.

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Demonstrates the many devastating and interrelated threats that punitive policies like “zero tolerance” pose to youth, schooling, and democracy.
Expelling Hope: The Assault on Youth and the Militarization of Schooling (SUNY series, INTERRUPTIONS: Border Testimony(ies) and Critical Discourse/s) download epub
Schools & Teaching
Author: Christopher G. Robbins
ISBN: 0791475069
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (July 1, 2009)
Pages: 228 pages