Every day, someone is thinking of a dream job.
Every year, some graduates are leaving the four walls of a campus.
Every month, some university students are confined to learn something irrelevant.
My question is: Why are graduates a bunch of people with no specific skills?
Yes, I understand you’re reading this because you’re different, but what’s your take on this matter?
Basically you go to school to dabble into many things , though not deliberately, but you did. You took PHY 101, GEO 214, IMC 360, MTS 419, IDD 528 and SOC 700 and ARC 806.
What if you were allowed to just focus on one course (one subject) throughout school without dabbling into these others?
I asked this same question on Facebook and here’s what ensued. Click to add your voice.
And if you hate school (the system itself) as much as I do, lend your opinion below.
“Education is good, only if it helps you do what you really are called to do.” – Dayo Samuel #Audacity2Lead
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2 thoughts on “I SEE A NEED FOR SOME SPECIFIC SKILLS. I HATE SCHOOL”
Nice thoughts. We need to overhaul our curriculum and re-orientate ourselves.