I love Gestalt! I’m glad you made this connection because I hadn’t thought about it before this. If Gestalt was here I think he would have taught Gedi.
I’m glad you agree! It was great to hear your response to my post and I’m grateful that you found it insightful. Here’s hoping we see more integration in the future.
This was a great story. I really wish that this was its own blog so that we could bring it up to the class. If I may ask, What got you into community theatre to begin with?
Exactly, and it’s not just the cost, but the cultural disenfranchisement as well.
I would suggest that land grant universities were seen as a public good when they were first established in 1862. The purpose of their establishment was to give students a chance at achieving the same training as those attending a private university. The thought was that America would benefit from a technically advanced workforce.
It doesn’t need to remain broken, but, alas, I fear it will. The economy has been driving higher education and politics for too long at this point. we’d need a radical shift for change to occur.
Hey, thanks for commenting. In my haste, I had forgotten to link to the article. It has been fixed now.
General legal consensus for adulthood is 18, which is what I am referring to here, though psychology would probably put mental adulthood somewhere around 25.
Grade inflation is already an issue, but it is a pittance compared to what would happen if results began to be demanded. Right now, much like high school in the 1980’s, grade inflation is occurring as a result of internal inflation. However, given external motivators the rate of grade inflation would increase exponentially as it did for no child left behind.
Quick Response: Because Sound system is a proper noun. Check your human privilege.
Serious Response: I don’t believe so. I think that cost will always be a factor in any production within a mortal society. As long as our time is limited and quantifiable it is a resource we will barter with.