A market led future for education? EdTech, capital, and schooling

The expansion of EdTech is built upon a longer-standing process of creating markets for schooling. Here a combination of markets and EdTech has served to standardize education, disrupt the connections between schools and local communities, deskill labour, and disadvantage marginalized groups.

By |2022-05-25T07:57:10-04:00May 25, 2022|

Intellectual Monopoly Capitalism and the University

The growing concentration of value and knowledge in a few big corporations that became intellectual monopolies induced different forms of academic capitalism. I present three types of academic capitalist university – teaching institutions, subordinate research universities, and academic intellectual monopolies – and explore the consequences for knowledge as commons and for academic workers, all of which have worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic.

By |2020-12-02T13:58:01-05:00Dec 2, 2020|
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