think, before you think about thinking…

Quite possibly, it is not the job of our representatives to guide and protect our youth. Grants for councils to deliver social education out of school have been vastly reduced. Someone else will have to reclaim the responsibility for educating our young population. Schools are looking like the easiest solution, but free education will only stretch so far. Young people will need to think twice before they can even consider swanning about on a university campus expounding on ideals and pushing the boundaries of scholarship for scholarships sake.  They will need to be more responsible about the decisions they make with regard to furthering their academic experiences.  In other words, they will need to weigh the economic value of their future prospects as against their academic intent.

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2 Responses to think, before you think about thinking…

  1. annrn says:

    Thank you for writing, you may have wonderful ideas to share with the “citizen public.”

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