Lecture Notes 2/29-3/4
Lecture Notes 2/29-3/4 101
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I Con ictEducation A Economic class matters for education B The imbalance between rich and poor children in college completion l the single most important predictor of success in the work force has grown by about 50 since the late 19805 C Richer families were spending 5 times more per child than low income families D Bowles and Ginitis the Hidden Curriculum 1 Capitalists seek a docile moderately educated work force 2 Education allows children to be educated on who is in authority and not to ghtquestion authority ll How are you seen as students at UWEC Are you customers A No one thinks of you as a customer 1 We are the product local businesses are the customers Hi If those with power set up the system to secure that power What would you do if you have a problem with the Eger teaches the course A It would be very difficult to do anything I A corporation is only our for themselves l to get pro t II A corporation is a legal 39person lllThey have no soul no moral boundaries A How to make as much money as possible B People are dependent on corporations lVWho do corporations loyalties lie with V Corporations have objectives it needs to meet A Externalizing machine VlCase Studies A Companies pay their workers very little per hour 1 Usually very low concern for the workers B Harmful Chemicals 1 Companies have allowed people to be exposed to dangerous chemicals which can cause death C Lying and Deceit Vll Harm to Biosphere A Pollution l harmful to everything VIII The Pathology of Commerce