Ira Shor: Critical Teaching and Everyday Life

The question of critically engaging students whose experience in the education system has been one of marginalization and oppression is addressed in this mainly enthusiastic review of Ira Shor’s book. Krimerman and Corrente, educators themselves, discuss Shor’s techniques, assess him as promoting unorthodox and nondogmatic anarchism, and actively promote the book’s application for a broad audience.

Originally published in issue 2.1.