At the end of the day I believe very strongly that we live in community, but that what we have to offer is intensely individual. Finding the balance between those two is essential in life, in our communities and in our politics. And that starts with education that has to be focused on the individual’s pursuit of who they are, and not moulding them for a life of work.
It so happens that if the passion is released in education so will the real work they want to do be discovered. And that’s what far too much so-called education has forgotten.
Nor should the taxpayer either…..