Posts tagged institutions
The Music Performance School of the Future: Shifting to a decentralized structure.

Schools should return to the ancient idea of the Akademia, wherein a group of dedicated learners gathers around a single master, forming a school of thought or a community of learning. I still hold this to be the most important base for one’s education, but I also would put forward that this can be put under the umbrella of a new, decentralized institution. Here’s how.

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Educational Institutions Should Guarantee Their Work

We expect those involved in any kind of labor to guarantee the quality of their work. If the work isn’t up to the qualifications of the person purchasing it, the laborer is required to either refund or redo. We expect this of someone payed a few-hundred dollars for landscaping, but not of those running a system convincing young people that their only ticket to a quality life-style is an education system that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars which they can only fund through non-dischargeable debt? How is it we don’t demand by law they guarantee their work? This, my friends, is clown world.

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