Friday, March 4, 2011

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I used the twelve lines of blacks previous post as it is reasonable to conclude, speaking of school, move resources to the private sector.

There are reasons to ' ethics: the family must be able to choose without incurring charges.

There are reasons to ' innovation: more roads are fighting, more discoveries are made.

There are reasons to ' economy: the cost per pupil, with the same results, almost halved.

There are reasons to quality: a little 'anywhere in the free world is the private to offer the best performance.

then arises the question why I felt the 'need for this post: because the battle for reform is often snubbed so reasonable?

I try to line up three reasons:

1. The battle for the "privatization" of the school is a "public good " Who am I doing this to make a commitment when so expensive then, if successful, the rewards will be collected from everyone? The organized minorities (state teachers) have such a good game in 'up a wall to defend the status quo.

2. Policy, controlling nearer the monopoly of 'education, also controls a form of' indoctrination and is therefore interested in publicizing the advantages of this institution. Through this channel can 'tell, for example, how beautiful our Constitution (translated: to obey' authority is good and right). Since interest is such bypartisan , even charitable view is expressed bypartisan and then mistaken for an objective assessment.

3. In a privatized landscape the family must choose, and this can 'be a source of anguish .

I pause on the third issue that I find the less obvious and debated. Imagine

so that there are three very simple alternative: red School: Quality 100, line 100 ; School Green quality 70, line 70 ; School Blue: quality 50, 50 straight.

Imagine now that the Harry Family is rational to choose the blue School.

The "family values" but is strongly felt among the spouses Harry, who can not admit that in their head hotels the thought of "not having done their best to their children . Still less can bear the 'idea that something like that creep in the opinion of others. Just crazy to imagine.
I also live in an environment that idealizes training school giving great set, giving them the best school (when in the bottom with great sacrifices could also afford it) means abdicating the role of parents model.

is then open for Harry unattractive two-way: either live in a distressing condition , or live in a state irrational.

veer toward the "private school", for these reasons, it seems a ploy sacrodsanta, but only if we are dealing with reasonable people can overcome their biases. 'S idea of \u200b\u200birrational "having to give up their children " nestles easily into the fragile psychology of a parent.

Sometimes, it seems paradoxical, it is preferable to be a 'tax rather than live with the' obsession ' did not give the best for their children " .

The rationalist has then a double front on which to fight: that the organization 's system (+ private) and that of family psychology ( Overcoming bias !).

I am an optimist and I think that both companies can be carried out.

ps Reflection is a "side effect" of talks with Sara and others about the method Estivill to sleep children.

add: "less state" - universal recipe now even in Old Europe. On a well-documented book of James Zagardo: The diamond .


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