The meaning and practice of workers’ education

-It is not neutral and has a specific orientation towards building the organising and intellectual capacity of the working class.

-Is part of building the unity, solidarity and struggles of the working class in the workplace, in industry, in our local communities and in society.

-It instills critical thinking, collectivism and deconstructs dominant neo-liberal ideology.

-It helps us learn from our history.

-It must help the class to articulate a common vision to lead society and articulate alternative models to capitalist production.

-It helps the class create its own intellectuals rooted in the struggles of workers.

-Is controlled by workers.