May 3, 2011 by Willy Cardoso
(exercise in speed-blogging #1, a.k.a short n’ sweet posts)
They measure, evaluate, test, examine, assess – all those years, every day, every week. Where those students end up after school? 1 month, 5 years later, where are they, what are they doing? No-one knows. Did their education/schooling help them be there? How did their education prevent them from being elsewhere? We know, most school subjects are worth bollocks when it comes to real life, although school is preparation for life. So let’s evaluate this life of the person who once went to that certain school, of all of the high school graduates of 2001. Now, ten years later we can say if their school prepared them for life as it claimed it would. Of course, many other factors come to influence where they are, but if school is so important and if ‘it sticks’, shouldn’t there be a correlation? But, who cares anyway?