Clarifying the Concept As we saw in the section on 'Marxism and Education' above, Marx uses several phrases to express what he called 'the germ of the education of the future':

This education wi l l . . . combine productive labour with instruction (Capital I, 1976, p. 614); co-operate in the great work of social production (The General Council, p. 344); combination of education with industrial production (The Communist Manifesto, SW 1,p. 228).