The mass education mess we’re in

EVERY time the subject of education crops up in academic discussions, it is almost always focused on technology and the advancement of it.

Before computers were introduced, the policymakers used to say “computers are the way”. Then there is the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution. And now we have artificial intelligence. Why do we let technology lead the discussion? Simple: Because there are no philosophers among us to ask different but very necessary questions.

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