For this article, I want to focus on something that I have been painfully aware of for the last decade at least, and as noted in my own profile is one of the main aims of this blog. That is the exposure of the failings of our present education system, which I have long concluded to be both a failure to our next generations, and absolutely sickening to see!
The main aspect missing in today's education system is the lack of educators to teach our youth the importance of thinking CRITICALLY!. It seems that our children are graduating from the horrid education system today to be nothing more than automatons for big corporations. That alone is absolutely appalling.
To emphasize the failings of the present education system, I want to present the following article that I came across from a website called "McClatchy", at www.mclatchydc.com, entitled: "Study: Many College Students Not Learning To Think Critically", and I find the findings in this article to be shocking. Please read this article here in its entirety, and I have some additional notes to follow:
Study: Many college students not learning to think critically
By Sara Rimer, The Hechinger Report | The Hechinger Report
NTS Notes: I have always said that one of the primary reasons why Americans are not in revolt for the failings of their system is due to their failed education system in not allowing them to ask the general and simple question: "Why?". The lack of critical thinking also has graduates unable to discern between what is right and what is wrong. They are only taught to accept knowledge delivered to them through bad education as the truth and never to question its validity!
The idea has been to remove critical thinking and have people accept authority without question. Corporations and governments love this concept, because the result is a docile, and nonresistant population that they can mold the way they see fit! Without freedom of thought, we lose freedom of will!
For us to proceed forward in getting our nations back on track and to stop the criminality that wants world enslavement, we must put critical thinking back into our classrooms and have our youth have the freedom to ask questions freely. If this causes them to question authority, then so be it. This is not radicalism, but common sense!
More to come