Les réussites de toute une génération d’entrepreneurs sans diplômes universitaires, dont Steve Jobs, Bill Gates et Mark Zuckerberg, remettent en question l’utilité d’une éducation qui a beaucoup de mal à suivre les exigences du marché du travail. Donc, à quoi servent les études ?
Pour l’exercice [100+20] de cette semaine, les participants à nos programmes devaient lire: School sometimes slows us down in an attempt to make us skilled in an all-rounded manner
Voici ce qu’a écrit Sara:
Some people are just born to create. Creativity seems to be inside them, and they need to let it out. Schools sometimes kill these skills. Students become hidden from themselves because they do not get encouraged.
We need to find these things in schools, where the student do something that is interested in, and where the inner energy is hidden, and knowing the strengths and passions in these fields. The truth is we all learn differently. We all have unique experiences and affinities that help us to succeed and to share our individual voice with the world. We need to make a difference.