Education System

Ken Robinson's Changing Education Paradigms

Ken Robinson's Changing Education Paradigms

In the 19th century, public schools had the purpose of training students' skills to work for the industries and eventually education could serve the nations' economic prosperity. However, some argued that public education system produced the social structure that it divided people into two different types, they are academic (smart people) and non-academic (non-smart people). In this system, most people suffered and the notion of “fictitious epidemic of ADHD” was addressed. Even today,  the education system seems to suppress students' aesthetic experiences….