What is School for?

05 November 2020

What is school for?

'This question is a fascinating one. Partly because you rarely hear it asked, but also because of the duality of its purpose. On the one hand, it could be a philosophical question, designed to elicit and explore ideas from those aged four to 94; on the other, it could be a question aimed at those in overall charge of its implementation.'

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