Review of Surrendered: Why Progressives are losing the biggest battles in education



Author Biography

Michael W. Apple, Beijing Normal University (China) University of Wisconsin, Madison

Michael W. Apple is John Bascom Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and Professorial Fellow at the University of Manchester. Among his recent books are: Can Education Change Society?; The Struggle for Democracy in Education: Lessons From Social Realities; and the fourth edition of his classic text Ideology and Curriculum.


Apple, M. W. (2006). Educating the right way: Markets, standards, God, and inequality. Routledge.

Apple, M. W. (2013). Can education change society? Routledge.

Apple, M. W., Gandin, L. A., Liu, S., Meshulam, A., & Schirmer, E. (2018). The struggle for democracy in education: Lessons from social realities. Routledge.

Charney, M., Hagopian, J., & Peterson, B. (Eds.) (2021). Teacher unions and social justice. Rethinking Schools.

Christensen, L., Karp, S., Peterson, B., & Yonamine, M. (Eds.) (2019). The new teacher book (3rd ed.). Rethinking Schools.

Cuauhtin, R. T., Zavala, M., Sleeter, C., & Au, W. (Eds.). Rethinking ethnic studies. Rethinking Schools.

Fraser, N. (1997). Justice interruptus. Routledge.

Oberlin, K. (2020). Creating the creation museum: How fundamentalist beliefs come to life. New York University Press.

Watson, D., Hagopian, J., & Au, W. (Eds.) (2018). Teaching for Black lives. Rethinking Schools.






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