The article investigates the issue of political complications in education. It indicates the dialectic relationship between them and highlights its consequences for the proc- ess of subject’s emancipation. The theoretical framework of the discussion is created by Jacques Rancière’s theory, especially his distinction of two forces significant to the shape of social reality – police and politics. The first one introduces relative order and apparent safety. On the other hand, the second one creates chaos and danger because it leads to unpredictable changes. However, it is a key force that changes the prevailing grammar of schooling, education and society.