School is Dead has 33 ratings and 2 reviews. Eric said: This book presents more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made in Deschool. Everett Reimer has done too many things to mention in full: he has sold maps about education and school and, eventually, about alternatives to Schools. This is one of my favorite books on alternative education because it rang true with what I saw happening in the future. In this book he proposed.
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Kirby rated it liked it Aug 07, Marc Tjoe Fat rated it liked it May 07, They would understand knowledge, people and the societies they live in. Teachers who can help design effective individual educational programs, diagnose educational difficulties and prescribe effective remedies. School undergirds the totalitarian tendencies inherent in global capitalism by socializing us to think of learning as a packageable commodity, and by disguising the fallacy underlying capitalism: The most fundamental resource is the world in which most people have a good relationship with others.
This book presents more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made in “Deschooling Society”: I have been training teachers for these roles for 30 years!
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Marc rated it it was amazing Oct 14, School makes learning a scar This book presents more cogently and in greater detail the argument Ivan Illich made in “Deschooling Society”: Monique De wulf rated it liked it Feb 09, Francis Sealey rated it it was amazing Dec 16, Carla3jg rated it did not like it Jul 23, Leaders will be needed in every branch of learning.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. School makes learning a scarce commodity by a whole series of inefficiencies which parallel the inefficiencies of industrial capitalism. People will find they need advice and assistance in selecting learning programs, everett skill models, discovering peers and finding leadership in difficult endeavors. Refresh and try again. Silvia rated it really liked it Jul 24, Cord rated it really liked it Jun 23, That’s all I can cram into this zchool, but there’s lots more!
Christopher rated it liked it Jun 17, The affluent always manage this minimum, the schol never can, with few –always celebrated! The internet has changed how information is used and accessed. Furthermore, by its attaching learning to grades and certificates, it heightens the illusion of scarcity in knowledge and learning.