conglistedsoldier (@mumbojumbo63) 6 years, 4 months ago

As everyone knows, our society is built by the educated, for everyone. With education seemingly less important in recent years, and not improving overall, where do you think education is headed in the future? The internet? Public school reforms? Private school? Worse education?

November 14, 2011 at 5:29 am
Bryan Hellard (302)M (@xyver) 6 years, 4 months ago ago

Internet or private school reforms. But private schools are expensive, so I’m guessing the internet.

Luigi (1,454) (@luigiblue) 6 years, 4 months ago ago

I would say Internet has become our primary source for knowledge and will continue to be until someone invents a device that can zap information into our brains right away lol. We are all on this specific site for a reason right? To learn and share our knowledge on more than what we are told. Schools, churches and any other institution limits our information, people have evolved…we want more, we don’t want limited information.

kim (1) (@ominka) 6 years, 4 months ago ago

i think for a good time span those who can will continue to go to school, so they in turn get compensated with high means of income to their satisfaction, and those who can’t wont. not to poop on schools but education is provided to keep the economy’s longevity running. again, I’m looking at this from the perspective that education isn’t provided among the poor, so it’s irrelevant that education will continue, diminish in value, or be distributed via other channels because those that really need help aren’t receiving it. maybe methods on how to help others should be a subject in schools :D i mean at any rate, i think children, teens, to adults are and have been hardcore surfing the informative waves of google and the like, and are taking their teachers less and less seriously already, so yeah more power to you, Internet. I wouldn’t be surprised if search engines to informative websites start to charge upon visits hahaha

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