ThisÂ comes from a fairly popularÂ TedTalks video I watched a few months ago. In it, British authorÂ Ken Robinson talks about changing paradigms in education. It's aÂ fairly unfocused and broad topic, but he manages to make a few interesting points--albeit potentially controversial ones.Â Let's take a look first; and then decide for ourselves.
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Right now the Otesha team is on a Cycling and Performing Tour where teams ofOtesha Project
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I never knew Amanda, but I am from the same city as her. I graduated from high school with her brother. IAmanda Todd: A Story Transforming Communities and a Country