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Education and Labour Party Ideologies 1900-2001and Beyond : 1900-2001 and Beyond - Denis Lawton

Education and Labour Party Ideologies 1900-2001and Beyond

1900-2001 and Beyond

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Denis Lawton analyzes labor education policies since 1900 and shows that from the very beginning the Labour Party lacked unity and ideological coherence concerning education. Specifically, there has always been a tension between those like the early Fabians who saw educational reform in terms of economic efficiency, and the ethical socialists whose vision of a more moral society stressed the importance of social justice in education. After an assessment of Labour ideologies in the past, this book concludes with an examination of New Labour and the Third Way in education and suggests some changes that will be necessary in the near future.

Nineteenth-century background -- The early years 1900-39 : ideas and contradictions -- World War II 1939-45 -- The Attlee governments 1945-51 : missed opportunities in education -- Labour in opposition 1951-64 : a chance to theorise and revise -- The Wilson governments 1964-70 -- Heath and a taste of Thatcher 1970-74 -- Wilson and Callaghan 1974-79 -- Thatcherism 1979-90 -- A Labour education policy found and lost 1990-97 -- Education, education, education, or targets, targets, targets? 1997-2001 -- The future of Labour education 2001-2010 and beyond : targets or worthwhile learning? -- Postscript October 2003.

ISBN: 9780203318522
ISBN-10: 0203318528
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 30th September 2004