Alan Moore writes:
Sir Ken, reminds us that education in its present form is becoming a devalued commodity, and that the current education system educates creativity out of us.
Education was created at a time when the need was to fuel the explosion of industrialisation, Sir Ken argues passionately that we need to educate the whole child holistically. Children he believes have extraordinary capacities for innovation and creativity. Picasso argued that we are all born artists, the struggle is to hang on to that creativity as you grow up.
The whole world is engulfed in a revolution, which requires us to think deeply how we prepare our children for the future.
You have to be prepared to be wrong to create new things, education and companies stigmatise failure, leading to hubris and stagnation.