How to Eradicate Illiteracy without Eradicating IllIterates? by Munir Fasheh
"I can say that I have been lucky with three things in my life: I lived a good part of my life in the pre-development age; a main teacher in my life was an illiterate person; and I lived most of my life without a "national" government. The three provided me with a "worldview" that is not attainable through institutions and professionals. I feel lucky because I had to rethink constantly of the meanings of words, because I had to be responsible for most of what we needed in my community, and because often we had to live with what is available to all people: each other, nature, what the land produces, and the ability to feel, reflect, learn, and express. I feel lucky because I had living examples of people who embodied a different way of living, according to a different logic (different values and different assumptions and different convictions)".
The Journal for critical Education Policy Studies
Crítical Pedagogy by Gregory Martin
Taking Stock of our Future
Program Evaluation and Assessment of Global Issues Education, by Kim Rakow Bernier and Gilda Wheeler
Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted. - Albert Einstein
Access to Learning for Development
Organized by the Commonwelth of Learning and the University of London
International Development Goals
Education for all.
Children and young people, health, livelihoods, social justice and governance.
Hannah Arendt and Jean Baudrillard:Pedagogy in the consumer society
Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) es considerada una de los más originales y provocativos filósofos de posguerra
We are, as it seems, considering not only how a city, but also a luxurious city, comes into being... Let’s look at a feverish city…This healthy one isn’t adequate any more, but must already be gorged with a bulky mass of things. Republic Book II, 372e-373b
We can’t let the terrorists stop us from shopping. George Bush, September 2001. (Oh God!)
The Lost Tools of Learning
Symposium On Education
By Dorothy L. Sayers
Gender, Learning and
Gendered Discourses in the Bakery
Policy as Boundary Object:
A New Way to Look at Educational Policy Design and Implementation
Gholamreza Emad & Wolff-Michael Roth