Livingstone, D. W.
D.W. Livingstone is Canada Research Chair in Lifelong Learning and Work at the University of Toronto, Head of the Centre for the Study of Education and Work at OISE/UT, and Director of the SSHRC national research network on "The Changing Nature of Work and Lifelong Learning."
What are the correlations between the education employees bring to their jobs, the education required to do those jobs, and the skills employees acquire while working on the job? Written as a sequel to the critically acclaimed The Education-Jobs Gap, Livingstone and contributors explore these questions by building on earlier research and presenting …
This is the first theoretical and empirically based examination of the interaction of class consciousness with workplace-related gender consciousness and household class relations. Significant contemporary socio-political issues, such as the division of labour for both women and men in the paid workplace and household spheres are examined afresh.
"So Many People": Ways of Seeing Class Differences in Schooling
The Origins of Educational Inequality in Ontario
Streaming in the Elementary School
Streaming in the Secondary School
Unstacking the Deck: A New Deal for Our Schools
What are the correlations between the education that employees bring to their jobs, the education that is required to do those jobs, and the skills that employees acquire while working on the job?
In Education and Jobs, D.W. Livingstone and contributors explore these questions. Written as a sequel to the highly acclaimed The Education-Jobs Gap: Unde …
Published Under the Garamond Imprint
From the Preface: "The education-jobs gap refers to the discrepancy between our work-related knowledge and our opportunities to use this knowledge in interesting and fairly compensated work. [This text's basic argument is that our knowledge generally far exceeds our job opportunities. We are wasting large human l …