Creativity and Democracy in Education: Practices and politics of learning through the arts
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractWith particular reference to the practices and politics of learning through the arts this book (Research Monograph) forms part of the Routledge Research in Education Policy and Politics series aims to enhance our understanding of key challenges and facilitate on-going academic debate within the influential and growing field of Education Policy and Politics.
CitationAdams, J. & Owens, A. (2015). Creativity and Democracy in Education: Practices and politics of learning through the arts. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
SponsorsMany of the projects discussed in the book have been supported by research councils, businesses, educational societies, learned societies and charities with acknowledged funding from: British Academy; British Council; World Bank; EU Comenius and Grundtvig Schemes; Cheshire West and Chester Council; Race Hate Crime UK; Society for the Advancement of Management Studies; Royal Society of Arts (North West Venture Fund); Japan Foundation, Santander; Higher Education Academy; Higher Education Funding Council; National endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; Esmée Fairbairn Foundation; Korean Society for Education through Art; National Society for Education in Art and Design; Tate.
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