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In this dialogue, we the discuss systemic failure of the current education system which insists that there is really only one possible path to success for students, and calls those who do not fit into that mold "failures." Much of the problem with students is that their home environment is not conducive to academic success under any circumstances, but part of the problem is that the student doesn't learn in the environment provided for them. In many cases the teaching models are entirely inappropriate for the student's natural aptitude. A systemic reform to education would allow the system to discover the student's natural aptitude and fit an education program to that aptitude to give that student the best chance to succeed along their own natural skill sets rather than imposing the needs of capital and society onto the student. Only through systemic reform can we possible save our kids.
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- "The Marine"- Doc Stodden
- "The Hippie"- Dylan Netter
- Show Direction and Web- Dylan Netter
- Show Production- Doc Stodden
Musical Elements used in this show (No samples cleared)
- Mozart- "Turkish March" (segment)
- Lily Allen- "The Fear" (segment)
- The Dandy Warhols- "Not if you were the last Junkie on Earth" (segment)
- Incidentals by Eric
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