How to Be a “Great Student” and Learn Absolutely Nothing At All
Charles Chu

The U.S. education sector, and especially higher education in particular, holds fast to the claim it is geared to create well-rounded individuals. It sure sounds good, even noble.

In reality, it’s a tall order and rarely fulfilled.

I don’t know if this is specifically a system failure, or just wholly unachievable due to the nature of the human condition.

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