- Title Pages
- Praise for Factories for learning
- Series editor’s foreword
1Building new narratives: academies, aspiration and the education market
2Research frameworks: historical representations and formations of race and class meet neoliberal governance
3Disciplining Dreamfields Academy: a ‘well-oiled machine’ to combat urban chaos
4Cohering contradictions and manufacturing belief in Dreamfields’ ‘good empire’
5‘Urban children’ meet the ‘buffer zone’: mapping the inequitable foundations of Dreamfields’ conveyor belt
6Students navigating and negotiating the conveyor belt: aspiration, loss, endurance and fantasy
7Urban chaos and the imagined other: remaking middle-class hegemony
8Remaking inequalities in the neoliberal institution
- Factories for Learning
Heidi Safia Mirza
- Manchester University Press
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