Book review: Spatial theories of education

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As a transfer to the field of education from my disciplinary home of human geography, I have been searching for theoretical bridges that could help me coalesce my academic interests. Although I’m still searching–and learning that academics are always searching, or wandering–this edited volume has been a great help. It’s approaching ten years old, but continues to offer fresh insights. Looking forward to incorporating some of these ideas in my dissertation research. Spatial theories of education: Policy and geography matters. By Kalvero N. Gulson and […]