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Wednesday, December 03, 2003
 


The Innovation Engine

It's broken because we're wasting bright young people's almost limitless potential with stupid, narrow-minded education policies that are derived from outdated corporate control theories from the 80s and 90s. Absolutely unbelievable.

On the other hand, parents could also ask their kids to actually read a few books once in a while.

I think it will be hilarious to watch the pendulum swing the other way - when the US starts copying the eduction policies of, say, India.

-- umair // 5:39 PM //


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