The Two-Faced Coin (Part 2 of 2): Education’s Two-Face–Time

What do you think? Is it going to be heads or tails? At this moment, can you tell? What will determine on which side it will drop? A gust of wind? The momentum of the roll? (Someone with a physics degree chime in with a comment. I am sure we’d all love to know the actual factors that will contribute to the outcome.) When it comes to … Continue reading The Two-Faced Coin (Part 2 of 2): Education’s Two-Face–Time

The Two-Faced Coin (Part 1 of 2): Development and Deficit

Alright. Let’s go in. Progress, improvement and development are—in essence—the project of education. Sounds pretty good, right? But it’s not so simplistically altruistic. For one, there have been many people who have pointed out problems inherent in this project. Developing countries, for instance, can definitely benefit from implementation of certain social and physical structures that have improved the quality of life for others in the world—like … Continue reading The Two-Faced Coin (Part 1 of 2): Development and Deficit