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LEARNING WITHOUT DIMENSIONS In their essay respectively The Age of Social Transformation by Drucker and The New Humanities Readings for the Twenty-First Century Miller and Spellmeyer outline and discuss on some improvements on the contemporary education Education in the United States has always been mainly in service by the public Should or would education still be given by the public or other non-profit organizations is the question the twenty-first century has to decide In the twentieth century the world has experienced many changes One of these important changes was from the need of compulsory education to the need of knowledge workers in the society Both authors forget to mention or do not address if every society is able to afford or capable of having minimal level of education In our time there are three parts of the world where higher education or even at least the level of high school is accomplished These three are North America Europe mainly western Europe and Japan These countries which have the capability due to their economic standing and continued progress in economic well-being are able to accomplish high standards in education The so-called developing or transforming economies of the world which has the majority of population are well off the level of minimal education Many developed countries right now are in need and continue to put emphasis on knowledge workers In order to have best jobs and best skills available to them the people of this so called other world is in need of great education reform With the increase need of knowledge workers the developing world is still behind their educational system In order to have knowledge workers in their society they need the tools and materials that they can provide to their students To become a knowledge worker they need computers satellite and other forms of technological materials A child or a student in a developed nation has more than is needed capability in having
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