Are Current Education Systems Stifling Initiative?

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Are Current Education Systems Stifling Initiative?
Ivan Kohlinsky, Management Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
Has the standardisation and testing regime in schools, and the demise of the tutorial systems (small group intellectual questioning/challenging and rigour etc.) in universities produced team players who can no longer make the quantum leaps and lateral thinking initiatives required for the major changes and challenges required in the modern day world? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Current Education Systems are not Stifling Technological Progress
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
Interesting question. I think that current education systems (and modern technology) are not conducive to deep thinking and/or individual brilliance. On the other hand I think that major changes and scientific progress increasingly require teamwork rather than individual breakthroughs, due to their complexity.
 

         
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