Abstract

Adult educators who use collaborative/cooperative inquiry (CI) in institutional settings must be aware of potential corrupting influences from money, power and reporting requirements.

Keywords

collaborative/cooperative inquiry, institutional accountability, power inequity

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Sep 29th, 9:00 AM

“Whose Inquiry is this Anyway?” Money, Power, Reports and Collaborative Inquiry

Adult educators who use collaborative/cooperative inquiry (CI) in institutional settings must be aware of potential corrupting influences from money, power and reporting requirements.