Power, Labor, and Compliance in Education Reform: Why We Must Refuse
Take this lesson and apply to higher education and adjunctification
If you’ve ever lived with small children then you know this feeling: You have just cleaned the house. All clutter is put way. Table tops and floors have no dirt or food. Clothes are folded. And then, they come home. Next thing you know there’s a trail of chocolate chips on the floor from the refrigerator into the TV room. The cabinets and drawers are vomiting out their contents; pencils, rubber bands, clothing, snacks, scissors. There’s mud and leaves all over the floor…. And you know that within a short period of time you’ll have to pick everything up all over again. Now, I’ve come to terms with this process. It comes with the territory. It’s never ending. At least until they move out.
But, now imagine having this feeling as an educator as it pertains to education policies. It appears apparent to anyone who has worked in education for…
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