Letter from Georgette: On Broadening Our Definition of Education
Every once in a while, we receive comments, on the articles we publish, from our readers via e-mail. This Letters column will be featuring some of the most thought-provoking messages. Take note that we make slight edits, where it is necessary, for purposes of length and clarity.
First of all, thank you for such an insightful piece. I found the idea of broadening our definition of education particularly thought-provoking, especially given that I, too, have often incorrectly used the terms education and school synonymously. I think the concept of defining education in terms of both the formal and the informal is definitely a great one. However, I am more interested in how we get to a point where we can fit both aspects of education into the definition without contradiction.
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