Remote Background from Criticism to Traditional Pedagogy

Since education is the effort that society makes to transmit available knowledge and to provide the values and ethical principles inherent to the social group, pedagogy develops a reflection on these processes. A reflection that is made from actions that are developed in educational institutions, mediated by professionals who are called teachers.
In this sense, the reflection on the principles and purposes of education, what could be called the philosophy of education, gave rise to a critical approach that assumes that there is no neutrality in the pedagogical processes. They are always determined by the society where they develop, and the intentions of their actors.
Critical pedagogy is part of the movement that seeks social change through the education of human beings in the values of freedom, equality and solidarity. The foundations of the social theory of modernity.