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Welcome to Educational Anthropolicy

1. Welcome to Educational An...

Welcome to Educational Anthropolicy, a website created by Jill P. Koyama, a sociocultural anthropologist committed to providing a public platform in which anthropologists, educators, and students can engage in, challenge, and contribute...
On the production of Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

2. On the production of Supp...

To see the ways in which Herve Varenne is extending, presenting and “playing” with my work on NCLB’s Supplemental Educational Services. There you’ll even find an emerging comic strip based on the work of Ray...

Assemblage

How things fit (photo credit: M. Heins 2010) While the photo is titled “How things fit,” this post will also discuss how things don’t fit neatly, how friction can be productive, and how...

CAE Invited Roundtable: The influence of...

Welcome, Guest Blog Moderators, Janet Hecsh (California State University, Sacramento) and Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher (University of Pennsylvania)! To initiate a conversation that will extend through an invited...

Bilingual Education as “Political ...

Excerpt from  draft of:Koyama and Bartlett. 2011. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. Educational Policy as Political Spectacle This article draws upon Edelman’s (1988) theory of...

Welcome to Educational Anthropolicy

Welcome to Educational Anthropolicy, a website created by Jill P. Koyama, a sociocultural anthropologist committed to providing a public platform in which anthropologists, educators, and students can engage...

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