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Goodbye, school!

Teachers are no longer required, they will be replaced by training course designers: in the future, the focus will shift from general education to a targeted one. This means that coaches will be in demand - targeted training experts on a specific request or problem, as well as employees of 'education camps', where the learning process goes in the "field".

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виктория Больше согласна, чем нет. Хотя я не думаю, что это правильно. Кругозор, как мне кажется буде меньше. 17 May 2019
Fionn Wright This is already happening with Ricardo Semler's Lumiar schools, education will definitely start moving in this direction. 06 Feb 2019
Alex Wolf I certainly hope so. The main argument, that a child is somewhat socially isolated with private tutoring (by a person or a robot or a device in the future) will now not exist because of the interconnectivity of humans and the use of networks from an early age as well as other activities. Traditional school wastes too many hours, has to abide to school hours and schedules and is generally much more costly. Virtual classrooms can exist, people will still be in touch. What needs to be avoided though is the very specified and focused 'education'. The way of teaching should not alter an all-round education up to a certain age. I hope technology will help teachers and parents to identify the weaknesses and strengths of pupils hence direct or guide the individuals to subjects that interest them more. 06 Feb 2019
Raptor1324 Soooooooooooooo no more bulling??? yay my dream is comming true!!!! wait aw 06 Feb 2019
Carlos Fantastic idea. 06 Feb 2019
silent1011 as long as hacking school stuff is no a problem ill go back to hacking ATM 06 Feb 2019
Neil Nacario yaaaay!! my classmates will not bully me again!!!. wait, awwww i still have to wait until 2050!?!?,come on!! 06 Feb 2019