Journal of Professional Capital and Community: Volume 1 Issue 4


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Refiguring a Caribbean school within and across local and global communities

Allison Skerrett

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the case of a school on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten that was created to serve students who had experienced educational and…

Rethinking professional learning for teachers and school leaders

Deborah M. Netolicky

Situated within the conversation of the global push for teacher quality and for professional learning that positively shapes teaching practice in order to improve student…


The therapisation of social justice as an emotional regime: implications for critical education

Michalinos Zembylas

The purpose of this paper is to sketch out what one can see as the emerging “therapeutic turn” in a wide range of areas of contemporary social life including education…

Three forms of professional capital: systemic, social movement, and activist

Dennis Shirley

As a “business capital” model premised upon a financial perspective of educational change spreads itself into school systems around the world, a countervailing view of…

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