Here's What Happens If We Remove Politics From Education

March 30th, 2014 3 Comments Other

There’s a popular saying, “Those who can, teach. Those who cannot, pass laws about teaching.” One school made that change and returned trust and responsibility to who is doing the work: teachers.

Look at what happens when a school removes politics from education:


Andrianes Pinantoan is InformED's editor and part of the marketing team behind Open Colleges. When not working, he can be found reading about two of his favourite subjects: education and psychology. You can find him on Google+ or @andreispsyched.

3 Responses

  1. ultius says:

    I fully support your opinion. Educational laws are often accepted by people who have little to do in education, people who have studied in another era, according to other requirements and laws. Today’s education needs people who make this education, we need an opinion, remarks and reforms from the teachers, people who are directly involved in education. We need the opinion of psychologists and sociologists who can adapt the curriculum to a modern child. Our children need a completely new education, modern, which will give children much better opportunities for development, decent work, etc.

  2. 12HoursEssay says:

    Approval, praise and acceptance are the driving forces behind society’s obsession with social media. A high school teacher shares the intertwining relationship between perception and perfection while challenging students to think beyond the accepted majority opinion of an issue.

  3. Micha says:

    interesting report

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