Public Education in the Digital Age: Neoliberalism, Edtech, and the Future of Our Schools
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Educational technology is now ubiquitous in schooling, both in P-12 and at universities. Despite the imposition of technology in most aspects of teaching and learning, little attention has been given to the implications educational technology has for healthy student development, humane pedagogy, teacher labor, academic freedom, and the aims of social justice. Rather than merely a set of neutral tools, educational technology is bound up with systems of power and privilege that tend to deepen, rather than confront inequality. In calling for a reassessment of the relationship between schools and technology, this book asks readers to think differently about the role technology can serve in socially just schools. -- Provided by the publisher
Educational equalization; Educational equalization--United States; Educational technology--Social aspects; Educational technology--Social aspects--United States
New York City, NY
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
ix, 150 pages : 23 cm
Anderson, Morgan, "Public Education in the Digital Age: Neoliberalism, Edtech, and the Future of Our Schools" (2022). Faculty Book Gallery. 526.