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Professionalisation through deprofessionalisation

Major Barbara’s Meanderings

Some years ago, I was looking at prison education, which at the time was virtually non-existent, since a neo-liberal reform of the prison system could see no functional use for it. Under some pressure from the OECD, the Corrections system itself had become aware of the lack and were trying both to do something, and […]

Nesta Devine

Nesta Devine is a Professor of Education at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) New Zealand. Her work spans education policy and theory, prison education, Pasifika teachers and school exclusion. It aims to disrupt the structures and pedagogical assumptions that can lead to inequities for different groups of learners in Aotearoa/New Zealand. She is the former president of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) and Associate Editor of Educational Philosophy and Theory (EPAT).

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