• Learning

    The Future of Education

    The current educational system is old, tired, and in desperate need of reform. Anyone who has been a part of the system–the students all the way up to the administrators–┬áhave witnessed the failings, the troubles, the glaring issues; have felt the suppression of a system that is inflexible and rigid. Educational┬áreformers have lobbied to change the curriculum, change teaching methods, dump insane amounts of money into resources and training, in the name of “making things right”. It’s like changing the paint on a car that no longer runs and calling it new again. ┬áThe reforms don’t work. The public school system, this gigantic machine, is outdated and broken. The model…