Tag Archives: Henry Giroux

Alliances of hope: breaking cycles of poverty and despair


Amidst increasing concerns that higher education does not seem to make a dent in unemployment rates; many stakeholders (including students) ask various questions not only with regard to the purpose of higher education, but also about its curricula, assessment strategies, … Continue reading

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Openness as counter-narrative (#OMDE)


Higher education throughout the ages was always shaped by political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal frameworks. Often faculty long for a time when no-one meddled in what and how they taught, but also forget how and what they taught … Continue reading

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