What's Education For?

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  • Belén González
    Belén González 4 days ago

    Hello everyone, could you please help me? Thank you!! www.youcaring.com/helpmegetthejob

  • Matthew Gaming
    Matthew Gaming 4 days ago


  • itsVollx
    itsVollx 7 days ago

    what kind of things do they teach in a school in the UK/USA?
    I wonder

  • Mhurilo Vieira
    Mhurilo Vieira 11 days ago

    If anyone wants to know the "real" purpose of education. It is either to enhance your competence or to shape your "hardware" as a human being.

  • Elyaan Ali Khan
    Elyaan Ali Khan 14 days ago


  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson 22 days ago

    The education system is set up by the state to teach you what they want you to know, same goes for colleges and you go in and don't question what you've been taught because they are higher up. When children are going to school, they start to lose their curiosity of the world because it is told to them by teachers who tell them what is what. You are not taught to think for yourself. School makes you memorize, not learn. The goal of education is to brainwash and indoctrinate you and so that you can end up working under someone part of the elite helping them make money. Have you not wondered why school does not prepare you for the real world once you've left? Why are you forced to learn pointless things you will never use in your life?

  • Mwangamizi Ogun
    Mwangamizi Ogun 24 days ago

    This is the best channel on TVclip.

  • Extra memez
    Extra memez 24 days ago


  • StamTed
    StamTed Month ago

    i learned so much from this video! will show this to my students!

  • Yury
    Yury Month ago

    I ask many people about tge school system and they agree, it's bad.
    After watching and understanding the making of "Don't Stay In School", I never looked forward for another year of high school ever again. It pains me that all students need to go through this.
    School makes us memorize, not learn.
    Even if we did learn, it would be irrelevant to our future career. That being said, History teaching us Shakespeare's classics or making us fill in packets of a book in Language Arts. Maybe a student does like these subjects and want a career in it but really, what job will offer that?
    I say students should be able to pick their own classes, colleges should pick based on the student, not grades.
    C'mon, teach us how to save a life, how to maintain health, how to raise a family, and so on.
    Change for the best..

  • Leon Tonge
    Leon Tonge Month ago

    were do you guys find this thing or how do you know

  • corgidog
    corgidog 2 months ago

    ._. Do you not know what buisness, economics and Accountancy classes are? In a school like the one your talking about it seems like there wouldn't be enough time for regular classes.

  • Jungle Jargon
    Jungle Jargon 2 months ago

    The educational system is overrun by illogical irrational irrelevant (useless) object credit giving.

  • Gwenchii ベア
    Gwenchii ベア 2 months ago

    my fav channel!

  • kaas
    kaas 2 months ago

    Schooling and education are 2 different things

  • Adidas _King[x_x]
    Adidas _King[x_x] 2 months ago +1

    I hate school,thats all im gonna say. I hate school from waking my ass up in the morning to coming back from school. anytime im not in school...im the happiest kid ever but everytime when im at school im so depressed and sad shit like that.

  • Ramit Rehal
    Ramit Rehal 2 months ago

    Great work! #The School of Life
    It's really heart warming that you made an effort to study the current education system and provided with a simple solution like focusing on the life challenging subjects, having said that, I don't want this to be just anther video, I want us all to collaborate and design a real time working ed. system, test and work on it at small scale first then making it bigger(later), because i don't want the future and the current generation to suffer the same fate as we did.

    TED TALKS DAILY 2 months ago

    Great video with animation

  • autistic meatsack
    autistic meatsack 2 months ago

    1:31 when life gives you lemons...

  • Rajneesh Prajapati
    Rajneesh Prajapati 2 months ago

    Thank You Sir

  • minh huy
    minh huy 2 months ago

    I am a Vietnamese, and this my country is not teach about it. Thanks very much this explanation . But Maybe I don't know to understand English very much. And I try about translate into Vietnamese from youtube. I want to learn and have a lot of person all the world, so the first : I can improve my English and up my knownledge more and more. Please contact with me by Skype : dibanmuoi ! I am a boy , I was born 1985.

  • Soulaymane Elebrahimi
    Soulaymane Elebrahimi 2 months ago


  • Chi ca
    Chi ca 2 months ago

    At my school we get up at 6 , 5 days a week to go to a building that we learn absolutely nothing usefull and it's a waste of our time and childhood. So when we are there we get mounds of work piled on us, we're not taught anything, and we're graded on subjects the school wants us to be good at and God forbid if I have an f in computer programing a subject I'm not even interested in I'll be treated like shit and I won't get the job I want at BNSF. And I'm sure I'll need to know freaking algebra something I don't even understand and looks like foreign alien writing to me to get by in life. So we go to school to be turned into robots that the school wants us to be. Waste of childhood and middleschool and highschool are completely pointless we learn nothing there and lose sleep over it its bull shit elementary is where I actually learned anything usefull. School these days don't even serve a purpose so is school somewhere you go just to work your ass off? It's like a god damn job! And you don't get paid! I hope these dumb schools know that the kids going there are going to be running the country one day

  • Neha Diwakar
    Neha Diwakar 2 months ago

    There's this arts and social science program in Myanmar which focuses on teaching how to learn, I taught there this summer and what they do there is the closest I've seen to anybody understanding what education is really for. Check out their Facebook page : facebook.com/TheikKharMyanmarDignityMyanmar/?fref=ts
    They're trying to raise money to buy a piece of land so that they can have a space to do the good things that they're doing. I really hope some of you check their project out and consider donating an amount to help them, they could really use all the help that they get!
    check out their plan and contribute to the project here: www.impactguru.com/fundraiser/help-tkmi-buy-a-land-and-become-sustainable

  • Hamster Player
    Hamster Player 2 months ago

    In the U.S. it's purely for making people less immune to brainwash

  • Salvador
    Salvador 3 months ago +1

    the only thing that i know that teaches you how to be happy is the Bible.

  • Harold Hourie
    Harold Hourie 3 months ago

    Capitalism eh? So learning about Karl Marx and the relationship between the borgeoise and proletariat?

  • Lil Mo
    Lil Mo 3 months ago

    Great video ❤

  • Paul Kent
    Paul Kent 3 months ago

    Proposing that the educational system teach everybody about capitalism is a real hoot! God knows how they avoid teaching about how capitalism really works in college economics classes! Good luck.

  • Dinesh rao
    Dinesh rao 3 months ago

    I can't listen the audio. it's like sssssS Sssss S!!! and is irritating me ,,. Uugggh

  • joao pedro
    joao pedro 3 months ago

    Holy shit

  • Thinkrit
    Thinkrit 3 months ago


  • Mega Buster
    Mega Buster 3 months ago

    Help. I suck at making friends.

  • Donnie Vegas
    Donnie Vegas 3 months ago

    www.gofundme.com/4dv6etc would love some help with my education😊

  • Abhishek A
    Abhishek A 3 months ago

    Awesome creativity whoever made this video..great work u have a vivid imagination

  • Abdullah Djendel
    Abdullah Djendel 4 months ago

    Not enough time for all of the classes you teach

  • Wilmer Ruiz
    Wilmer Ruiz 4 months ago

    School is hard

  • Ace Garcia
    Ace Garcia 4 months ago

    This is a perfect idea. As a high schooler right now they do think more money and harder tests solves the problem. Nothing changes and the environment stays the same. Right now I struggle with both relationships and real world knowledge both things he explained. We'll might never need to know how to solve alegbra functions but we will have to know what our career might be, or how to manage money. This is a way education can be more effective, and more fun.

  • bay onat
    bay onat 4 months ago

    I might draw any video of yours. But i'm writing here the question.Why there is not channel like "the school of life" in our youtube countries? Im in Turkey actually.

  • little lady
    little lady 4 months ago

    I could not agree with this more. I am grateful the school I work in puts a huge emphasis on self. I can see the difference alrady.

  • Frank D. Gamboa V.
    Frank D. Gamboa V. 4 months ago

    I would like know what is the new curriculum, I mean, everyone would need a teacher. This teacher knows the skills and likes to can learn.

  • My School Open Days
    My School Open Days 4 months ago

    Great video! : )

    MOEIS ART 5 months ago +1


  • Millennial Minds
    Millennial Minds 5 months ago

    Schools are great for Knowledge Holders, but neglect Problem Solvers... 🤔

  • Clara Helen
    Clara Helen 5 months ago

    True bro😙😙😙😙😙😙

  • Washable Junk
    Washable Junk 5 months ago

    Kindness, forgiveness and anxiety techniques parents should of taught them. We have to learn in and out of school.

  • Washable Junk
    Washable Junk 5 months ago

    I had mandatory economic classes in high school and I went to a shit poor one one

  • Sam Lockhart
    Sam Lockhart 5 months ago

    *in soft but moving British voice*"Curriculum would focus on teaching students...the importance of knowing how to insert shameless subconscious plugs in one's TVclip videos.Please remember, our newest book is out in November, so buy it now you peasant."

  • Maths Tricks
    Maths Tricks 5 months ago


  • Ice and Fire
    Ice and Fire 6 months ago

    I study all those subjects... Isn't that normal. Economy, Psycology and citizenship.

  • Bellator Femina
    Bellator Femina 6 months ago

    Learning needs to continue throughout one's life. You're never done learning or bettering yourself, not ever.

  • Luiz Sandoval
    Luiz Sandoval 6 months ago


  • Kcoresys Web Solutions
    Kcoresys Web Solutions 6 months ago


  • darexinfinity
    darexinfinity 6 months ago

    While they aren't completely wrong, this video sure is biased.

  • John Weck
    John Weck 6 months ago

    Greetings everyone. I agree that a better curriculum has great merits, but this assumes that most people are actually learning in school. Most kids have no learning habit at all, and are covertly blowing off their whole education with a long stream of passing grades. This is done for practical reasons, since most kids don't give a hoot about learning, and the teacher needs to "pass" these cognitively indigestible kids through the system. You can't force someone to learn if they have no desire to do so. A passing grade really means that the kid didn't learn much of anything. Kids that aren't learning are copying instead, leading to a degraded automaton-style mind of knowledge-free people. Copying and learning are two very different things. Things like the ideologies exist because kids use them as copycat clubs, to get all the "answers" (just like a kid copying his test "answers"). This is why we have such a huge population of mediocre people (all copycatting for life). This is also why we create two separate work hierarchies, like doctor/nurses, engineer/technicians, or officer/enlisted, etc. Without a learning habit there is no knowledge, and no knowledge means no judgement (childlike/apelike judgement for life), no creativity, and no purpose. This is a global problem, not just a single country. It's not that people have a tough time with a single topic, like math - mediocre people don't know the first thing about any topic at all.
    Most mediocre people hate books (and anything like an essay style answer), because they don't understand them at all. If they are forced to go to college (typically ordered by parents), as soon as they get a book in school, it is kept as fresh and unread as possible in their bookshelves, so that eventually they can sell it back to the bookstore (its only value to them). If they must open one, they try to read the completely baffling text (which sounds to them like Charley Browns adult speak), and then mark "the answers" with highlighters (most of the text, since they have no idea what any of this means). Then on the test they try to regurgitate these copied "answers" (not understanding a single one). For this nothing of a learning experience, they get a "passing" grade (meaning no knowledge detected). At the end of schooling the few books that weren't sold are tossed, and the person never tries to read anything of significance again (but sometimes just faking their way through some manuals or "bestsellers" that are actually written for kids). What most mediocre people discover in college is that they have no interests at all (beyond eating and mating), because they never knew anything at all. They are just copying their parents desires for them (or equivalently taking orders from their parents). Typically, the next career step here is to fake being a professional, using a useless education of trivia as a foundation. It may seem strange at first, but many professionals of all types, don't know the first thing about any grade school topics, their major in college, or have any "area of interest" at all. Just a childlike mind of copied ideas, and a fancy title to make them feel good about their profound ignorance (a bit like Peter Keating in The Fountainhead, the king of mediocrity).
    What you actually get from learning and education (for real) is a significantly boosted intelligence. Your learning habit goes for a lifetime, ramping up your intelligence (in your particular knowledge mix) the whole time.
    Thanks for listening ;)

  • jawad t
    jawad t 6 months ago

    Please help this beautiful girl afford her University Degree and help her start her Dream: www.gofundme.com/17-year-old-univeristy-dream

  • Darian B
    Darian B 6 months ago

    Trade school is the stuff. Less(if any) debt. No general classes. Just training for a usually well rounded career. Plumbing. HVAC. Electrical work. The like. I just don't really trust the American school system. Money rules everything.

    • Darian B
      Darian B 6 months ago

      Not to mention..... HEALTHCARE.

  • Controle Quebrado
    Controle Quebrado 6 months ago

    man I find my people to talk to tanks guys

  • Controle Quebrado
    Controle Quebrado 6 months ago

    my life is a lie

  • alexis nadal
    alexis nadal 6 months ago

    I had received the institutional conventional public education from grade 1 to 12. And I appreciate everything I had learnt in those years. I have used all knowledge from them to get through universities, work and life in general. All math, statistics, physics, languages, civics, music, cooking, nutritional education, infant development (in middle school), biology, chemistry, everything! We clean up school everyday, conduct school government, negotiate with faculties, play organized sports, enjoy school festivals, school trips, etc... Everything was directly connected the real world... :)

  • kcoresys edu
    kcoresys edu 6 months ago

    nice !

  • Anthro Wolf
    Anthro Wolf 6 months ago

    American schools are so bad because of the people truly in control(people who only care about the money). The board of education is just a front for them. I looked for evidence to debunk this I found none. Found plenty to support it.

  • 南麗奈
    南麗奈 6 months ago

    please someone get me out of this existential nightmare that we all live in

  • mrgoodvibes 81
    mrgoodvibes 81 7 months ago

    Education is like "oh your tired , here have 4 hours of assignments due at 11:59, oh you have an idea yah to bad."

  • MCPretzelM999
    MCPretzelM999 7 months ago

    How about no curriculum; let the teachers do their jobs.

  • the sadman sakib
    the sadman sakib 7 months ago

    school sucks

  • Snipethemapples
    Snipethemapples 7 months ago

    I think the biggest problem is what they teach at school. In high school they teach you a lot of stuff that is useless to most people. I think that the useless stuff should be replaced with life skill stuff and should be more helpful in other subjects like business and computing.

  • William Xu
    William Xu 7 months ago

    But you know school really doesn't care about anything discussed in this video
    That's why we have this channel

    ARTWUZ 7 months ago

    Education is very good

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  • crocket
    crocket 8 months ago

    Any kind of national curriculum is destined to be a melting pot of various unrelated subjects. Too many chefs onboard.
    I disavow national curricula and compulsory education. I refuse to subject my future children to compulsory education unless they choose to inflict it on themselves.
    Trust students to choose important topics to learn. Treat them like an independent learner, and they'll become independent learners.
    I'll guide my future children until they find interests they want to pursue from early on in their lives.
    However, there is a minimal set of knowledge that every social human needs to know.
    1. At least one human language
    2. Basic calculations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    Anything other than that could be learned by self-learning.
    If there is anything public education curricula need, it is competition. Compulsory education drives out competitors and establishes monopoly. Monopolized goods and services are poor and are not subject to customer feedback.

  • Kassia K
    Kassia K 8 months ago

    So basically Econ class and psychology class

  • Jovanniel T. MANESE
    Jovanniel T. MANESE 8 months ago

    If this was the type of school we would have, then we would be better off than learning things that we don't understand or need to understand

  • A Sinner
    A Sinner 8 months ago

    Schools = Spirit crushing indoctrination centers in cahoots with corporations, and government, that teach you audacious lies, and withhold truly meaningful info; all needed to know in order to function in the elites' psychopathically run power Matrix.
    The most basic info is the only things schools teach worth knowing; such as reading, writing, and math. Beyond that, the waters get muddied with the introduction of literal lies, subversive propaganda, and authoritarian mind control into the curriculum.
    Teaching kids to think for themselves, and make their own conclusions, is more valuable than instructing them to regurgitate what some self-aggrandized 'authorities' in a text-book say is knowledge and fact ( which may be manipulative lies or deliberately sabotaging instruction; why would there be lies in education you may wonder? Because psychopaths in fact run the world; not moral people.)

  • Immanuel Notzri
    Immanuel Notzri 8 months ago

    If you got no degree you aren't educated, according to society. This is a major problem no a days.

  • Courtney Sierra
    Courtney Sierra 8 months ago


  • BD Pictures
    BD Pictures 9 months ago

    The School of Life is putting too much responsibility in the hands of the teachers and faculty 😄!

  • Sicellia Tsui
    Sicellia Tsui 9 months ago

    I first learned about capitalism in highschool reading sparknotes for a novel. Not until later in uni did I realize that I needed to understand capitalism before I could attempt to exploit via the system aka find "SUCCESS"

  • Sandra D
    Sandra D 9 months ago

    the second part looks like therapy, which i have heard proposed the suggestion of making therapy a mainstream for everyone. not just those who are considered with severe problems, or those wealthy enough for it.
    The question i have is what is the hidden price for all this? Seems like there would have to be something.

  • Troy Allen
    Troy Allen 9 months ago

    The purpose of school is NOT to "prepare you for adult life," that is the job of the parents. The parents should guide you and show you what steps to take in life. The true purpose of school is to learn how to reason through problems (not life problems, but science, math, history, etc.) and learn how to think critically and learn from mistakes (mainly referring to history). That's one of the problems that people have, they expect school to reach their children EVERYTHING. Stop being lazy and expecting everything to be handed to you, or your children. Sometimes you have to actually rely on yourself instead of everyone else. School is a place to share ideas, have discussions, and learn from those ideas and discussions.

  • Dizzmal Dayz
    Dizzmal Dayz 9 months ago

    If I were a person that worked for any of these "Departments of Education", and saw this video, I would feel like utter horse manure. Loans and fake scholarships. What's so sad is that "they" were duped into this skit/play, that they now must dupe others. And I still feel a bit sorry for these people, because its a perpectuating system within a system. Everyone has to work in order to have some form of livelihood. But those that know the truth, will never expose it because they need to keep their jobs. This is ubiquitous in the U.S.

  • Ted
    Ted 9 months ago

    what is app for doing the video?

  • muallimnaci web sitesi
    muallimnaci web sitesi 9 months ago

    As a elemantary school teacher or a parent you may be interested.

  • AdamDeeZam
    AdamDeeZam 9 months ago +1

    My teacher encourages everyone to ask a question if they forgot or confused but when I wanted to ask a question, my teacher always reply to my question that they're irrelevant or stupid. Also sometimes my friends would call me dumb for not knowing the obvious things. Ever since that happened to me. I kept quiet keeping it to myself and when until I have the test. I usually always get lower grades than anyone else. :(

  • faisal arefin
    faisal arefin 9 months ago

    So basically business school with a dash of philosophy and psychology

  • omar6000
    omar6000 9 months ago

    If you have a thirst for knowledge then this is the best time to be alive. You want a new curriculum? You're on this video right now!

  • Friglite 2006
    Friglite 2006 9 months ago

    This is not education. It is Marxist conditioning.

  • Fatimah Alfadeel
    Fatimah Alfadeel 9 months ago

    Where can I apply to The School of life?

  • The Amazing Gamer
    The Amazing Gamer 9 months ago

    I would rather drink bleach than have a live of learning all the tine this TVclip chats shit no one would do this because not everyone wants the education

  • LearnEnglishESL
    LearnEnglishESL 9 months ago

    Thank you. Let's be fruitful. "The tree which does not bring forth fruit is fit only for the fire. Strive night and day to change men into fruitful trees, virgin forests into divine orchards and deserts into rose gardens of significance..." - Baha'i Quote

  • Julien Paris
    Julien Paris 9 months ago +1

    Clever ad

  • rodylermglez
    rodylermglez 10 months ago

    So, utilitarianism with an emphatic big dash of humanism? Interesting proposal.

  • Tube Gamer
    Tube Gamer 10 months ago

    Love this idea. Subbing now

  • sepia circuit
    sepia circuit 10 months ago

    you guys man🌸🌸🌸

  • Sasha Farnsworth
    Sasha Farnsworth 10 months ago


  • Ace Anon
    Ace Anon 10 months ago

    However, with that said I would like to point out that education, through complex math and science, stress critical thinking and problem solving. Although most of the material that we learn in school will not be used in real life, the skills that we develop while learning them are what we gain from education. So I believe, in that sense, that education is doing the right thing.

  • S Class Gaming
    S Class Gaming 10 months ago

    Anxiety reduction techniques AKA Meditation. If only people knew how incredibly effective it is...

  • DailyRandom Smiles
    DailyRandom Smiles 10 months ago