About this series
Education is a dynamic and contested area of public policy and professional practices. This book series identifies and critically engages with current responses to worldwide changes impacting education. It is a forum for scholars to examine controversies and innovations that emerge from patterns of inequality and social injustice in increasingly globalised contexts. This series is particularly interested in interrogating education through notions of social change, inequality, the movement and displacement of ideas and people, gender and sexuality, community, disability and health issues. Forthcoming books in this series will explore controversies and innovations (including but not limited to): • education and social theories/frameworks • changing approaches to, patterns of and policies for education research • politics and policy • economics of education • curriculum, pedagogies and assessment • technology and new media • interdisciplinary research.