Sunday, April 18, 2010

How would schools act if they were voracious corporations bent on unfettered monopolistic growth?

This is a fun one to read . . .


Unschooling Rules: How would schools act if they were voracious corporations bent on unfettered monopolistic growth?

Here's a fun game to play. We all know that schools, unlike Wall Street banks, are organizations that are inherently benign, with loving teachers and caring administrators dedicated to selflessly making the world a better place by taking on the under-paid task of nurturing our children.

But what if, in some crazy parallel universe, the school sytems were instead voracious corporations bent on unfettered monopolistic growth? How would they behave?


Read the whole article at the link above!

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