Neoliberal capitalism and the commodification of social reproduction, from our home to our classroom
It is official: we are getting ready for another round of industrial action in the UK higher education sector.
The homogenisation of education
Education in post-independence India was supposed not just to provide knowledge and skills to students, but also to facilitate the process of “nation-building” (to use a clumsy word).
Neoliberalism and the crisis of higher education
Neoliberalism is the dominant ideology of this historical moment. It includes a belief in the following: the efficiency of the free market and the deregulation and privatization of the public sector that markets require; tax reduction; abandoning the welfare state; and replacing the notion of the public good with a personal responsibility for one’s own welfare.