Les demandes conservatrices du mouvement « École sans Parti » et la Base Commune pour l’élaboration du curriculum national

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This article seeks to understand how the emergence of the self-nominated social movement School without Party (SWP) and its conservative demands dislocate political negotiations on the establishment of a National Common Core Curriculum. The central argument is that the ongoing negotiations put into operation a neoliberal normativity, as understood via post-structural framings. The second version of the common core as well as the SWP reporting sites are analyzed against a backdrop of this post-foundational assumption: that politics is a struggle for significance of particular demands of different groups.




Macedo, E. (2017). Les demandes conservatrices du mouvement « École sans Parti » et la Base Commune pour l’élaboration du curriculum national. Educacao e Sociedade, 38(139), 507–524. https://doi.org/10.1590/es0101-73302017177445

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