The globalization of capitalism has exacerbated the continuing reduction of education to a subsector of the economy. In the process, it has brought untold misery to the lives of millions of people throughout the world. Maintaining that critical pedagogy largely remains in the thrall of postmodern theory and politics, this article sketches out some fundamental perspectives for the development of what the authors refer to as “revolutionary pedagogy.” The aim of such a pedagogy is to encourage the development of critical consciousness among students and teachers in the interests of building working-class solidarity and opposition to global capitalism.
- Education -- Social aspects,
- Education and globalization
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