When parents & guardians feel empowered to serve as educationists in their children’s lives, then we will see a paradigm shift.  Of course when families put as much emphasis on education as those in the Ed Biz do, then students reap the rewards of intrinsic motivation and respect. So how do we empower citizens who clearly didn’t make it through the kiln or fell off the assembly line before completion?  Is it ever too late to educate those whose formal (or informal) education failed to meet their needs?

2 thoughts on “How do we change our culture?

  1. Great site!! And very valuable.

    As a writer, I love this descriptive: “…citizens who clearly didn’t make it through the kiln or fell off the assembly line before completion”

    Wish I could write so eloquently!

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