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"...Unsettling Education offers both hope and guidance. The dazzling educators gathered together by Brian Charest and Kate Sjostrom are animated by an urgent spirit of resistance to the status quo which they recognize as representing a kind of state of emergency for the oppressed, the exploited, and the disadvantaged...."

--William Ayers, Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior  University Scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago (retired)

 
 

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Endorsements

"In this political moment and in these palpably perilous times for youth and the adults charged with their care and safe passage—parents, teachers, youth workers—Unsettling Education offers both hope and guidance. The dazzling educators gathered together by Brian Charest and Kate Sjostrom are animated by an urgent spirit of resistance to the status quo which they recognize as representing a kind of state of emergency for the oppressed, the exploited, and the disadvantaged. The challenge facing teachers in these troubling times is to resist injustices, unsettle the settled, destabilize the stable, trouble the undisturbed, explore the unknown, and dive into (rather than run away from) the contradictions. The message these teachers bring to their students is generative: you are a full human being; you have a right to be here; you need no one’s permission to interrogate the universe. This book shows us what that can look like in real time."

--William Ayers, Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago (retired); Author of To Teach, Fugitive Days, and Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto 

 
 
 
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