Education, Skills and Social Justice in a Polarising World
Between Technical Elites and Welfare Vocationalism
|dc.description.abstract||education, elites, justice, social skills, polarizing, welfare, world|
|dc.subject.classification||bic Book Industry Communication::J Society & social sciences::JN Education|
|dc.subject.other||education, elites, justice, social skills, polarizing, welfare, world|
|dc.title||Education, Skills and Social Justice in a Polarising World|
|dc.title.alternative||Between Technical Elites and Welfare Vocationalism|
|oapen.relation.hasChapter||Chapter 1 Technical and further education after COVID|
|oapen.relation.hasChapter||Chapter 2 Lessons of European VET? National systems and international prescriptions|
|oapen.relation.hasChapter||Chapter 6 Welfare vocationalism|
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(2022)Technical and vocational education have assumed a significant role in the plans of developed nations to overcome economic crisis, relocating learning into the workplace and extending it to higher levels. Policy discourses ...
(2022)This chapter examines conflicting claims about the potential of European VET to provide a model for technical and vocational systems across the world. Technocratic accounts by international policy bodies, especially the ...
(2022)In contrast to the technical elites, specific groups of young people – women, those from the lowest social classes, and those with the poorest educational experiences – are already likely to engage with poorer quality ...