Dani Phillips 
Member since Jan 12, 2012



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Re: “Quality Education in Korean Schools

They may score higher, but Korean high school kids are usually in school from 8 AM until 7 PM, then go to private academies until 11, when the new law bans classes from continuing. Then they go home and study until they can study no more, sleep a couple hours, and do it all again the next day. These kids have very high stress levels, and in terms of better math/science scores, but is that worth it? For kids to be very narrowly focused? After teaching here, I feel my education back in America was far better, since I learned bits of everything, including self reliance. I'd like to see some of my kids try that in a few years.

Thanks for posting my video, by the way!

Posted by Dani Phillips on 01/12/2012 at 5:54 AM

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