But the other reason was that he refused to enroll in a course unless he was certain he would ace it. Consequently, he never really challenged himself to try something beyond his comfort zone. I, on the
Successful entrepreneur and Founder of Thales Academy shows us the possibilities of education outside of the government bureaucratic grip. The future of education is indeed a great one.
Child labor laws once kept kids and young adults from hazardous coal mines and grueling sweatshops. But even then, the laws were designed by unions to limit competition against their established adult workers.
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People frequently tell children "You can do anything you want." And this causes a lot of confusion, because in the real world, they can't. And after their first clash with the aforesaid real world, the child is left wondering all sorts of unple