I think he’s aligned with Sarason who says “the overarching goal of school should be to develop students who want to keep learning more about themselves, others, and the world” when they leave us.
The American Experiment
Will Richardson

Ultimately, if schooling is anything but creating learners who have an intrinsic desire to pursue questions of curiosity, passion, and interest by building personal capacity and bandwidth that encompasses self-reflection, other-perspectives, and world-understanding, we will fail to create life learners. We will instead continue to teach students disconnected and decontextualized information useful and valued only in the moment it’s needed to pass tests. To educate for life is a different value proposition than educating for school. Before schools existed, what was the aim of learning?

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