Do you learn more in school or in life making life experiences out of educational goals?
I have attended several colleges and studied several subjects. I have to say, that the most I ever learned was doing the work and gaining experience. Most of the text book stuff I learned didn't apply with a few exceptions. But, I would not suggest skipping college. It is still very important. (Just in case someone is reading this and thinks I mean to just skip it.)
I think we learn at both places. At school, the scope is limited to our course outline but in real life, we can see and learn anything.
I wholeheartedly agree, which is why we home educate our son if he wants to go to school at any point he can, but right now this is what works for us. Love that quote
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by iimscollege 8 years ago
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