“I’m attracted to intelligence, not education. You could graduate from the best, most elite college, but if you’re clueless about the world and society, you don’t know anything.” ~ Author unknown
In reality, education is a form of social constructionism that shapes classes and divides societies. Talent is a God-given construct shaped by one’s natural ability, social heritages, and societies to which they belong. Likewise, skill is a byproduct of education sharpened only by how often we use it. — John Sudds
All considered — education works given the world in which we live. However, the $64,000 question remaining is how much education one might need to reach his or her goals.
How we differentiate between knowledge and intelligence: the former involves the act of learning while the latter comprises the act of knowing how to exploit what you’ve already learned; or, that in which you may not have prior awareness.
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