Contemporary reform discourses have been interlaced with a neo-liberal political economic reasoning system globally and locally. Taking the preschool vouchers in Taiwan and Hong Kong as examples, this article seeks to encourage a shift towards a post-structural perspective of theorizing and analyzing as an alternative to problematize how Milton Friedman’s voucher model constitutes and shapes our construction of freedom to choose, equality, and social justice in education. Copyright © 2008 Symposium Journals Ltd.
|Journal||Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|