- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction Scoping corporate elites and public education
- One Corporate elites and the student identity market
- Two The corporate false promise of techno-utopia: the case of Amplify!
- Three Fighting for the local: Americans for Prosperity and the struggle for school boards
- Four Axis of advantage: elites in higher education
- Five Corporate elites and higher education reform: the corporatisation of academic life in Indonesia
- Six Becoming a ‘better’ elite: the proliferation and discourses of educational travel programmes for elite youth
- Seven Double standards: everyday corporate strategies at an elite school in Argentina
- Eight (Re)producing elites: meritocracy, the state and the politics of the curriculum in Singapore
- Nine Fast-track leadership development programmes: the new micro-philanthropy of future elites
- Ten Corporate consultancy practices in education services in England
- Eleven The business of governorship: corporate elitism in public education
- Twelve The courtier’s empire: a case study of providers and provision
- Thirteen Political and corporate elites and localised educational policy-making: the case of Kingswood Academy
- Fourteen The usual suspects? Free schools in England and the influence of corporate elites
- Fifteen When students ‘speak back’: challenging elite approaches to teaching, learning and education policy
- Conclusion The challenge of corporate elites and public education
- Corporate Elites and the Reform of Public Education
- Helen M. Gunter, David Hall, Michael W. Apple
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