Well if we think of education in terms of marketization/capitalization from an economic perspective then we can say that education can be seen as a means to the workforce and students as consumers of knowledge – fuelling the economy – ‘value for money in education’ per say. I’m not open to this kind of thinking because I think it’s damaging as it constricts the true value of education – to be able to engage with one another for example (to build civil society). I’m also not saying that education should not produce private benefits or occupational or financial success but the role of education – education as a process vs. education as a labour process should not be mixed up. When I think back to fueling the economy is it then about – exchange and circulation – I don’t know and I’m trying to make sense of the various perspectives? I also think, if I’m not productive as a person, will people/society question or judge my worth as a human or human capital?