The properties of Locke's common-wealth of learning
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Policy Futures in Education, Volume 4, Number 4, p. 348-365 (2006)
In press. Discusses John Locke's theory of property in terms of intellectual property within the "commonwealth of learning" as a special domain of legal rights and ethical responsibilities by focusing on the open access movement in scholarly publishing and the standardized achievement testing movement in the schools.