The consequences of anti-oppressive education include a deep commitment to changing how educators conceptualize and engage in curriculum, pedagogy, classroom management and school culture. There is also an implication that institutional structure and policies must be transformed. Exploring perspectives on education that do not conform to what has become "commonsense" must be partaken as well. Anti-oppressive education expects to be different, perhaps uncomfortable, and even controversial.
OPERATING IN SURVIVAL MODE: Challenges to Implementing Anti-Oppressive Practice in Feminist Social Service Agencies in Toronto
Jan 01, 2006; Abstract: Feminist social service agencies face serious challenges to maintaining their commitment to anti-oppression work in the...