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Educating with 19th century tools, in 20th century classrooms, to learn 21st century skills doesn't work.
Controlling data and information stifles innovation and coordination. Data should be fuel for the commonwealth.
Blockchain is largely misunderstood due to bad actors, lack of regulation, and poor communication.
Discrimination in education and hiring ignores true merit and skills for unfair bias, undermining the commonwealth.
Believing all children need to have the same skills at the same level due to a child's age, stifles all who do not conform, by limiting creativity and putting them in boxes.
Teaching there is only one way to develop skills or telling rather than letting them do, stifles skill development and limits children's critical thinking and self motivation for learning.
Forcing children to sit alone in dark school rooms and squeeze everything they know through a small pipe, stifles learning energy, collaboration and creativity.
Telling children they can’t do things before they have tried them sows seeds of doubt and stifles problem solving and critical thinking.