May 11, 2014

EDUMAKAYSHUN: “Today we have more formal education than ever.  But it may be time to ask: of what should it really consist? Is it a credential? Or is it a set of attitudes and skills that will help the learner get by in life? Are we getting value for money from the vast multibillion dollar educational establishment? What can we learn from the past?”, Richard Fernandez asks at the Belmont Club.

But how can you learn from history when you view it as nothing but black armbands all the way down?