Part I: Conceptual Critiques of Progressive Neoliberalism in Education, 1. Introduction: The Twin Motors of Neoliberalism and Progressivism, 2. Progressive Neoliberalism and the Poverty of the Educational Imaginary, 3. Dreaming of Global Ecosocialist Futures: Possible Contributions from Science and Technology Education, Part II: Manifestations of Progresive Neoliberalism in Education, 4. The Progressive Neoliberal Proxy: "Colonizing" Empowerment, Choice, and Equity in a Midwest Charter Network, 5. Progressive Neoliberal Teacher Education: Antithetical to Social Justice Teacher Education?, 6. Teachers as Superheroes: Ethical Jeopardy and Progressive Neoliberalism, 7. Reframing Progressive Neoliberalism: The Rhetoric of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, 8. Postfeminism, Progressive Neoliberalism, and Teacher Influencers, 9. Progressive Neoliberalism in Action: President Biden Sides with Capital in Mandating K-12 Testing in 2021, 10. The Progressive Neoliberalism of Teach For America, Part III: Emerging Tools and Strategies to Disentangle Progressive Neoliberalism and Education, 11. The Capture of International Education by Progressive Neoliberalism: Illuminations, Qualifications, and Educating Beyond, 12. The Chicago Teachers Unions as Counterhegemony: Organized Resistance During COVID-19, 13. We (Re) Member: Progressive Neoliberalism and School Closure, 14. Progressive Neoliberalism: Overview and Possible Futures
Ajay Sharma is Associate Professor of Educational Theory and Practice, University of Georgia, USA.Mardi Schmeichel is Associate Professor of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.Elizabeth Wurzburg is Assistant Clinical Professor of Educational Theory & Practice at the University of Georgia, USA.