Chomsky on Miseducation
This collection of Chomsky's influential writings on education builds a larger understanding of our educational needs, starting with the changing role of schools today, yet broadening our view toward new models of public education for citizenship.
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Although the title of Chomsky's latest work implies a discussion on the "miseducation" of America's students, there is little about education here. The bulk of this book--which includes a lecture ... Read full review
In developing countries, the education system and consequently intelligensia are highly and deeply influenced by the imperialistic and capitalistic views of developed countries of Europe and Americas. The local values and traditions are badly sacrificed and cruelly destroyed due to the so called slogan of "GLOBAL VILLAGE" customs and civilization. There is a strong clash of civilizations just for getting dominance. western civilization is destroying the Islamic civilization which breeds extremism and conservatism in Muslim societies. its consequences are terrorism and communal violence across the world.
The least developed countries have very poor education system with cramming is the sole principle. the scientific knowledge is of poor quality and concepts are poorly understood by the poor people infected with foreign (English) language. The intelligensia is just flatterer, wealth and pomp hungry. media plays the role of foolish propagandist that harms the interests of developing countries by importing the unfeasible and impractical foreign policies and mechanisms. Poor education system is the only reason behind the constant decline of slave in mind nations. Mighty nations do not want let them free....
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