Pedagogy of the Opressed- Paulo Freire
Brazilian writer Freire had beginnings as an educator and credits many of experiences with students as inspiration for his book on poverty and inequality. He argues that education is a political act and that the Brazilian institutions kept students in subordinated positions rather than teach critical thinking skills. No matter how you paint this, it doesn’t seem like many teachers would be a fan of this one. Why would you want a bunch of radical, free thinking young people?