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"All education is in the public interest ... Bottom line is: the public has a stake in the education of young people. As a result, education (no matter what form it's in) needs to contribute to the common good." David Hunt joined Erik Ellefsen on the Digical Education podcast to address the question of what's next in education.
The education being undertaken during the days of closed school buildings is not e-learning because it's happening electronically, nor homeschooling because it's taking place in our homes, writes Cardus Education Director David Hunt.
COVID-19 has highlighted how every person, home, family, and kid is different. "So why do we keep trying to force kids into the same, big educational mould — especially now that we have the technology and capacity to do things differently?" asks Hunt.
The current crisis sheds light on how a truly pluralistic education ecosystem benefits all, not just a few.
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