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Hall Christine & Thomson Pat (2007). « Creative partnerships? Cultural policy and inclusive art practice ». British Educational Research Journal, vol. 33, n° 3, mai, p. 315–329. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Hall2007
Categories: General
Keywords: enfant et enfance
Creators: Hall, Thomson
Collection: British Educational Research Journal
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This article traces the 'cultural turn' in UK educational policy through an analysis of the Creative Partnerships policy (New Labour's 'flagship programme in the cultural education field') and a consideration of an arts project funded under this initiative in one primary school. It argues that current educational policy foregrounds the economic importance of cultural activity and its contribution to the social inclusion agenda. However, 'creativity' is seen as being located outside mainstream school structures, in projects rather than in the National Curriculum, and in artists rather than in teachers. The emphasis is on enjoyment and inclusion rather than cultural or social critique, or significant curriculum change. The transformative potential of involvement in the arts is marginalised in favour of a relatively weak form of social inclusion.
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