Sir Ken Robinson drops the ill knowledge on education here.
The issue of education reform is particularly interesting here in Boston, which is the birth-place of public education, and given that Massachusetts is considered to have the "best" public education in the country right now. The Greater-Boston area is the intellectual capital of the world in many ways, with more colleges and universities per capita than any place else on earth. Hopefully, with such epic brainpower concentrated in such a small area, we will be able to come up with some education reform solutions that are effective, embrace the diversity of globalization and truly harness the infinite potential in our children.
Anyone got any brilliant ideas?