How can schools produce individuals with integrity? What is wrong with the existing system and the practice of learning in school for decades?
As I went from my new home in Oxford to arrive at the Center for Education Economics in London to give a presentation about a new paper on the lack of education progress in Indonesia—in spite of schooling progress—I stumbled over the perfect metaphor.
Passion is believed to be the “must have” characteristic for good teachers. If not managed well, though, passion might have a negative impact on a teacher.