Four Resolutions from Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Four Resolutions from Pedagogy of the Oppressed « Cooperative Catalyst.

I can’t believe people that believe this sort of thing are allowed anywhere near children.

From the article, written by a student teacher (?):

I resolve to make my classroom one that challenges the status quo, that takes sides on issues of social justice, that encourages students to create their own visions of reality. I resolve to take student opinions seriously, to continue passing out surveys, to more deeply discuss their input in classroom and school culture. And finally, I resolve to take a more active role in the struggle for education justice – to end poverty, inequality, and oppression – and to support allied struggles in the U.S. and around the world.

I’m glad my children won’t run into her.

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