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Education Crisis

Education Crisis





We are a newly created group seeking to build and participate in more democratic educational processes;

Our aim is to work together towards higher education experiences that are not consumerist, indebting, authoritarian or judging of individual worth;

We therefore seek to work collectively against the principles that now shape the so-called public university;

Central to the educational experiences we want to create is the idea that students and teachers have much to learn from one another;

Thus all who participate in the Free University-Birmingham are scholars: student-scholars and teacher-scholars;

On our courses learning and teaching entail processes of continuous negotiation to ensure the fullest participation of all, recognising, respecting and celebrating human diversity;

All learning and teaching will be critical—questioning the world as it is to explore how it could be otherwise;

We believe that in order for all learning and teaching to be critical and democratic, dialogue is essential.

All critical, democratic dialogue amongst student-scholars and teacher -scholars should, when possible, not just remain in the classroom;

Thus our ultimate classroom is the wider world; we seek to develop educational processes aiming to build a more socially just and sustainable world.


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Education Crisis

Education Crisis

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