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Two centuries ago the United States led the world in a movement to disestablish
the monopoly of a single church. Now we need the constitutional
disestablishment of the monopoly of the school, and thereby of a system which
legally combines prejudice with discrimination. The first article of a bill of rights for
a modern, humanist society would correspond to the First Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution: "The State shall make no law with respect to the establishment of
education." There ...
The disestablishment of schools could also end the present discrimination
against infants, adults, and the old in favor of children throughout their
adolescence and youth. The social decision to allocate educational resources
preferably to those citizens who have outgrown the extraordinary learning
capacity of their first four years and have not arrived at the height of their self-
motivated learning will, in retrospect, probably appear as bizarre. Institutional
wisdom tells us that children ...
There is a lack of cogent argument and of mature leadership aiming at the
disestablishment of any and all institutions which serve the purpose of
compulsory learning. For the moment, the radical deschooling of society is still a
cause without a party. This is especially surprising in a time of growing, though
chaotic, resistance to all forms of institutionally planned instruction on the part of
those aged twelve to seventeen. Educational innovators still assume that
educational institutions ...
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - tajuddinabd - LibraryThing
What Ivan Illich try to convey, in a bigger picture is, the school nowadays is the institution organized around expectations, which means it tends to becoming a manipulative institutions. The last ... 閱讀評論全文
LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - palaverofbirds - LibraryThing
Didn't think I'd find myself in such agreement with Illich. Basically, what he's saying is that when you attempt to organize education from a top-down bureaucracy, lead by authoritarian teachers ... 閱讀評論全文
Why We Must Disestablish School
Phenomenology of School
Ritualization of Progress