All too often, schools resemble museums, reflecting the past rather than shaping the future. The curriculum should shift from one watered down by consensus and lobbying to skills our century needs, for promoting relationships, health, contraception, time management, and critical thinking and recognizing propaganda.
Education should be done as a series of controlled experiments rather than an assumtoin of what works based upon past experience.
Recognizing how much we share with others promotes compassion, humility, respect, and brotherhood.
Recognizing how each of us are unique promotes pride, self-development, creativity, and achievement.
Self-Serving Bias: People tend to accept more responsibility for success than for failure, for good deeds than for bad.