ABSTRACT

Hannah Arendt’s passage on education propels the thinking in this concluding chapter. There is an important move toward thirding in these ideas, the neither and bothness. Her vision for education has room for every generation. Further, for Arendt, education is about love and concern for the world, requiring both responsibility and fl exibility. She calls for renewal. Each word reverberates with the stories of the youth my co-researchers and I met on this journey.