1. Bentham's Chrestomathia proposed teaching bookkeeping/accounting in modern school curriculum, which is analyzed critically, historically and contextually to challenge accounting education today.
2. There is a diversity of critical accounting scholarship reflecting on education, including ideas regarding education's dialectic, positioning as profit centers, and engaging in contested terrains.
3. Accounting students are not encouraged to question assumptions or consider alternative ways in which society may be organized, and socializing effects have been observed in graduate accounting programs.