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The Myth of So-Called ‘Factory Education’

Classrooms were not designed by businesses, but by academics — which may be worse

Bernie Bleske
Mar 8, 2019 · 8 min read
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Most jobs in America today are service-oriented, but there is not a single measure or marker of school that concerns how well a young person gets along with others.

Learning is a deep and profound aspect of living a life. We are, in some sense, always learning, always adding something new to our functioning selves



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School systems across the US face many questions and difficulties while they struggle with reopening. Read through the articles on Age of Awareness to get the perspectives of parents and educators.  Take a look

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Bernie Bleske

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just another frustrated teacher

Age of Awareness

Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the education system

Bernie Bleske

Written by

just another frustrated teacher

Age of Awareness

Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the education system

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