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Volume ThirtyThree : Education - soul, sex and social activism : A new curriculum for living
Perhaps you don’t need educating on the state of education: You’ve seen in the news that the best colleges can be bribed, or that for-profit institutions have become debt factories for those who attend. Power should not equal knowledge, but the financial burden of higher education often makes it so. Meanwhile, students who do make it to college are under pressure to approach “book learning” with a tunnel vision that steam-rolls more creative ways of thinking. This issue of Kinfolk
rejects the definition of a good education as one that ends with good grades.