Ethical Consequences of "Educations" Linked to Sustainability

Oct 28, 2015

While many authors purport the importance of education in transforming values and empowering people to participate in environmental protection, some argue that education commonly reinforces mainstream culture and values, and is inherently embedded in the ideology of oppression. Hijacked by instrumental rationalization and utilitarianism, modern prevalent education seems to transcend values, which promote on-going market ideology rather than make efforts to create an expansive vision for a sustainable future.

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