On 08/06/2012 11:24 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
No offense to any one here who has real experience with the German
school system, but I have a friend who's a priest, a partial product of
the German school system. He thinks like an accountant, not a priest.
"Don't pursue music or creative anything; statistically, such people
always fail. Better to spend your life in a nice, steady job."
His German father went into business and also thinks like an accountant,
but doesn't have the same paralyzing fear of risk. Perhaps being an
executive officer on a German u-boat taught him things his son never
took the chance to learn.
> Children have got no time to be children, this is something we should
The American education system does - very well - exactly what it's
designed to do:
And, interestingly enough, the Japanese and American education systems
were taken from Germany.
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