Nbr. 7, January 2006
- International Journal of Educational Policy, Research, and Practice: Reconceptualizing Childhood Studies mission statement.
- Social policy, education, and childhood in dangerous times: revolutionary actions or global complicity.
- A post-monolingual education.
- Dismantling the imperialist discourse shadowing Mexican immigrant children.
- Postcolonial technologies of power: standardized testing and representing diverse young children.
- Autonomous children, privileging negotiation, and new limits to freedom.
- Contemporary public policy influencing children and families: "compassionate" social provision OR the regulation of "others"?
- Racialization in early childhood: a critical analysis of discourses in policies.
- Discourses of the good early childhood educator in professional training: reproducing marginality or working toward social change.
- Early childhood institutions as loci of ethical and political practice.
- Epilogue: actions for dangerous times.