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Lucas Cone

A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization

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A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization. / Cone, Lucas Lundbye; Swindell, Andrew; Soares, Aline.

Reclaiming Expertise: Facing Challenges to Knowledge, Authenticity, Expertise & Trust. 2018.

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Cone LL, Swindell A, Soares A. 2018. A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization. In Reclaiming Expertise: Facing Challenges to Knowledge, Authenticity, Expertise & Trust.

MLA

Cone, Lucas Lundbye, Andrew Swindell and Aline Soares "A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization". Reclaiming Expertise: Facing Challenges to Knowledge, Authenticity, Expertise & Trust. 2018.

Vancouver

Cone LL, Swindell A, Soares A. A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization. In Reclaiming Expertise: Facing Challenges to Knowledge, Authenticity, Expertise & Trust. 2018

Author

Cone, Lucas Lundbye ; Swindell, Andrew ; Soares, Aline. / A School by the People, for the People: Reimagining Public Education in the Era of Privatization. Reclaiming Expertise: Facing Challenges to Knowledge, Authenticity, Expertise & Trust. 2018.

Bibtex

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