Appraisal of the current school system

How have the schools’ processes and resources evolved over the past 200 years?

The five key resources and processes in schools are – content (subject boundaries for a class), timetable, academic planning, communication in classrooms, and teachers as a resource. The following tabular representation charts out the comparative status of the five resources and processes in the years 1810s and 2010s.

It is apparent from the comparison that the schools have not really evolved for the better in the past 200 years in their key processes and resources! Schools have not augmented their soft-infrastructure for quality.

‘As you can see, there are quite a number of things taught in school that one has to unlearn or at least correct.’

— Ambeth R. Ocampo

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