School Enslaves

“But school enslaves more profoundly and more systematically, since only school is credited with the principle functon of forming critical judgment, and, paradoxically, tries to do so by making learning about oneself, about others, and about nature depend on a prepackaged process. School touches us so intimately that none of us can expected to be liberated from it by something else.” Ivan Illich.

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Retired professor of education concerned with thoughtfulness

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