To keep up with the times and evolve, education needs a creative disruption-a reinvention of its processes and purposes.
- Today’s education is put forward as a device that helps prepare students for life.
- Too much of what schools and colleges teach has become irrelevant.
- Structures or servers, classrooms or conferences; education needs to move past norms.
In a world full of chaos and change, it may seem apparent that education has become complacent-almost ineffably predictable. Its systems, which are portrayed to be life-changing for students, have often failed to change with the trends of life. As it stands, education needs an upheaval to fulfill the expectations placed on it.
Today’s education is put forward as a device that helps prepare students for life. However, between fixed curriculums and outdated pedagogical approaches, there’s a lot that slips between the progressively widening gaps.
A look beyond the surface will tell you that institutes of education aren’t the equal or ‘open opportunity’ space that it needs to be.
Education is becoming more expensive and fewer accessible-students are paying more to get less, and built-in the barriers of meritocracy, competition denies those who are not in congruence with the institute’s preferred method of instruction.