Politics of Education: Essays from Radical Teacher
Publisher: State University of New York Press | ISBN: 0791403564 | edition 1990 | CHM | 357 pages | 1 mb
Unless we take very seriously how deeply implicated education is in the unequal relations that dominate this society, we will be living in a world divorced from reality. The theories, policies, and practices involved in education are not technical. Yet, too often our current educational system operates on what Freire has called "banking" in which the task is to find "neutral" techniques to take "neutral'' knowledge and efficiently (and as cheaply as possible) get it into the heads of "neutral" and anonymous students. Not only is this pedagogically bankrupt, but it is simply a misrecognition of the role education does and can play in a society characterized by relations of exploitation and domination.
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