|Title||:||Interview with E. Wayne Ross|
|Uploader||:||E Wayne Ross|
|Added On:||:||09 July, 2015|
E. Wayne Ross, Professor of Education at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada discusses his interest in the influence of social and institutional contexts on teachers’ practice as well as the role of curriculum and teaching in building a democratic society. His most recent research develops a radical critique of schooling as social control and a collection of strategies that can be used disrupt and resist the conformative, anti-democratic, and oppressive potentialities of schooling, practices he describes as dangerous citizenship.