Neoliberalism in Education: The Consequences and Pushbacks for Students

By Azra Hirji. Since the 1970s, neoliberalism has taken over as the dominant ideology of today which whilst becoming more and more favourable amongst the minority, becomes increasingly unfavourable by the majority. To put this into simple terms, neoliberalism works in favour of large corporate interests at the expense of the wider public interests. In the three-minute theory video on neoliberalism, Stacey Kerr states that … Continue reading Neoliberalism in Education: The Consequences and Pushbacks for Students