Toward the Destruction of Schooling

By: Matthews, Jan D.

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When examined, answer with questions-Graffiti Paris, 1968 Most people don t like being told what to do. Any institution that aims to structure and regiment a person s life is, to a certain extent, in conflict with that person. The interesting thing is that that person is not always in willful conflict with the institution. Those who are obedient and fulfill their role as students understandably try to ignore the negative effects their schooling is having on them. But who would honestly deny that these effects are quite visible? Students are taught, through the process of schooling, to be conformist, unimaginative, docile, and a great many other things that are by and large considered virtues in the working world. Stay this way and you may never feel good about yourself, but you will be congratulated by authority figures for the rest of your life.

Title: Toward the Destruction of Schooling

Author Name: Matthews, Jan D.

Categories: Anarchism
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Publisher: Quiver Distro: 2004

Book Condition: New

Size: 44 p. photocopied stapled pamphlet

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