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Learning from Children

When we teach our children, we have rules and standards. And granted, each parent has their own style. Before they are of school age, we teach them basic skill sets – organization, safety, how to read, etc. Our opinions are included but there are standards and guidelines that we are require to work within. For instance, our language and currency are two things we need to adhere to.

The rules and standards continue through the years of education. School systems at all levels must conform to regulations and minimum requirements that, if not met, will result in penalties and changes in policy.

With all of the emphasis on curriculum, there is little to show when it comes to common sense. It is not until our children leave the halls of education are they exposed to the real world. They soon encounter politics, corporate ‘culture’, unions, world opinion and quickly realize that their brick and mortar education may not seem as realistic as what they’ve learned in the electronic classroom known as the internet.

America is teaching by one set of rules and governing by another. The cost of an education is no longer limited to tuition bills. The cost is much higher when ignorance and the lack of common sense is factored in.

Mark Schuster, Partner

September 1, 2013

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