- Megan Erickson, Class War: The Privatization of Childhood
- Class War: The Privatization of Childhood by Megan Erickson
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Megan Erickson, Class War: The Privatization of Childhood
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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information How neoliberal education reforms are segregating children and perpetuating inequalities as never before. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition.
A counterweight to 'reformers' whose anti-union, corporatization of education threatens the very tenets of our democratic society. But she remembers that it can be about something more than class reproduction.source link
Download Class War The Privatization Of Childhood 2015
There may be no more trustworthy a guide to schooling in capitalist America than this book. Anyone who wants to understand the relationship between educational inequality and the privatization of public education should read this book! Erickson is one of the most indispensable thinkers on this subject. Show More Show Less.
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Add to Cart. As Erickson argues, until we see the entire system of competition as a construct derived from the inherent selfishness of Capitalism, changing one element will not suffice.
Not that parents should always flex their financial muscles just because they can. Competition and privatization create consumers but not citizens. Inherent in this is a lack of empathy, equality, and decency. The Right likes to drone about parental responsibility as culture as the culprit replete with racist and misogynistic dog-whistling but fails to address the essential issue. No one condones the callousness, indifference, and downright cruelty that some parents display but what of the millions of good, hard-working people who face the stark choice everyday of working to put food on the table literally a daily struggle or Helicoptering above and around their kids?
Very essential book on the childrens education in the socio- political conditions and the need for liberation from dogmatic world.