Hypernormalization, Awakenings, and the Modern Education System

In Living in an Unreal World, a documentary released on the BBC in October of 2016, Adam Curtis describes modern western society as having concerning parallels with the past Soviet Continue Reading →

A Tale of an Aspiring Teacher and Her Existential Crisis

Once upon a time there was an aspiring teacher, a young woman named Exurinzo. She had fond memories of her childhood teachers. She was an excellent and obedient student throughout Continue Reading →

Should Computer Science be a Requirement in K-12 Schools?

In President Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address, he argued for the importance of, “offering every student the hands-on computer science and math classes that make them job-ready on Continue Reading →