Shaun Martin

Why rethink education from first principles?

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

How, exactly?

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.


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Definitions and non-definitions

Many terms in education are used imprecisely. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science.

It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. 

How, exactly?

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. 

We believe fixing education is one of humanity's greatest challenges. It's also a "wicked problem" — made especially difficult by cognitive biases, lock-in effects, complex systems phenomena, and counterintuitive science. 


Another subsection

More writing, more explanation, a great deal of carefully articulated reasoning, plus references to further reading. More writing, more explanation, a great deal of carefully articulated reasoning, plus references to further reading. More writing, more explanation, a great deal of carefully articulated reasoning, plus references to further reading. More writing, more explanation, a great deal of carefully articulated reasoning, plus references to further reading.

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