By encouraging students to memorize information and pass tests, too often American learning systems also discourage students to think creatively and critically. This style has not only contributed to the lack of competitiveness in American learning systems and workplaces, but it’s lacked the kind of energy that creates enthusiasm for learning and a sense of pride and satisfaction in solving real life problems.
American learning systems therefore produce graduates whose attitude is not one of excitement about their fields, but of acceptance that they need a good job in order to succeed financially.
Global Challenge project founder Craig DeLuca said it best: “Young people in America need to be excited about the challenges of life, and not just the benefits of a good life.”
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