I am an educator wondering about the future of our educational system.  Which way is it headed?  How important is it to our society?  How do we go about successfully educating our youth given today’s society?  What can I do to help?!


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  1. thedevelopmentroast
    Aug 01, 2011 @ 20:27:46

    Dear Rosa,

    I have been made aware that people who have commented on the blog have not been notified when I posted a reply. I wanted to email you to share my reply with you below. Just for future reference, when you leave a comment, before hitting ‘post comment’ tab you have to tick a box below it that says ‘Notify me of follow-up comments via emai’. Thank you for reading, I hope to hear from you soon.

    edavantgarde on July 9, 2011 at 12:53 am said: [Edit]
    This is a great article! Thank you for writing about this topic. So often in education worldwide we don’t give students what they need, but rather what we are expected to give them. That is something to ponder even in the USA.

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    on July 9, 2011 at 10:02 pm said: [Edit]
    Dear Rosa,

    I think this is also the case in the UK and probably many other advanced countries. When we create education systems that push hundreds of thousands of kids into the same jobs, you only create frustration and disappointment. I really believe a lot of the problem with suicides in the west (especially the rise of suicides of young people) has as much to do with the ‘normal’ paths we set people on as anything else on our society. Variety is the spice of life and this should apply the most to education. Thank you for reading.

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