The Classroom Is Dead
Eli Horowitz

Our schools should be in forests, on beaches, in villages, on farms, on mountain sides, valleys, wildlife sanctuaries and deserts. On boats, planes, trains, and bicycles. In temples, churches and mosques. In libraries and museums, cafes and restaurants.

The classroom is dead, and school as we know it should be out for at least our first 16 years of life. With mobile technology it’s impossible to not be able to put two and two together or learn your ABC’s. Life skills are learned everywhere but the class-room.

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