Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Liberating Educational Reform

It's ironic that the people driving the best kind of educational reform are not politicians, school boards, superintendants, principals, teachers or even parents. Technological advances like Wikipedia and Twitter are quickly allowing people to produce and share information for free, and they are doing this, for the most part, for its own sake.

Here is a very thought-provoking video that seriously challenges the foundations that institutional education are built on. If you, like Dan Brown, are finding that school is interferring with your education, then you might find this video a good use of your next 6 minutes.


  1. This is just schtick. It hardly qualifies as reform.

  2. Labelling everything in this video as 'schtick' is overly simplistic and ultimately unhelpful.


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