...I get out of the train with regret.
To me, classroom teaching is no more than a poor substitute for education one-to-one, as in private tuition or in learning to play a musical instrument...
Schools began as a way of spreading, to the children of the poor, the kind of education given to children of the rich. Now (with the aid of the world itself, and of the internet) it is becoming possible to provide personal tuition to everyone...
But first we have to be rid of schools and redirect the fine enthusiasms of many teachers to more personal learning situations, outside compulsory institutions.
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