liquidation of education?

“…one can imagine that education will be a less and less closed environment, distinguished from professional environments as from other closed environments, but that both of these will disappear to the benefit of a terrible, permanent formation where continuous control is exercised over gymnasium teachers or university staff. One tries to make us believe in a school reform, but it’s liquidation.”

In the 2003 article Archives and Power, Dag Peterson (translates and) quotes Gilles Deleuze from 1990, adding: “What is here referred to as ‘the liquidation’ of the school is not, of course, the end of education but, paradoxically its re-organization according to a new conditional power-strategy.”