- Khaled El Mansoury
- United Kingdom
On bringing on a learning revolution, where would you cut the line in terms of basic education (e.g. Language, Maths) for the student?
How might the learning revolution cater for the children that seem to have a passion about a certain field or are skilled at a certain task, while at the same time giving the children their basic education (e.g. in terms of Language and Maths) for them to be able to be administer their own life's without destroying their divergent thinking in this process?
Bottom line: Where do you cut the line in terms of basic education?