Re: King Donald
On 2/2/2017, 11:28:01 AM, Wolf K. <wolfmac@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2017-02-02 10:44, Disaster Master wrote:
>> Sure, some locales will do better than others, and some will fail
>> miserably, but that is the beauty of such a distributed system. It will
>> be a melting pot of experiments, and the systems that fail will look
>> around at what is working for others, and emulate them, sometimes even
>> improving on them.
> In an ideal world....
No, in a sane, rational world. Well, yeah, I guess you're right.
> I'm amazed. If you really care about your State's education system, you
> would already have "look[ed]
> around at what is working for others, and emulate them, sometimes even
> improving on them."
Why would I waste my time doing something like that? I'm an I.T. guy for
a small 60+ employee company. not a King with the power to dissolve
entire government bureaucracies
> What Finland is doing right:
> Why Finland is no longer best (mainly because some other countries have
> begun to catch up):
Thanks, I'll peruse them when I have time.
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