“In traditional classrooms, students complete a lesson and move on to the next when it is time for the whole class to do so, regardless of whether they have mastered it or they are already well ahead. Here each student worked at her or his own pace, taking as much or little time as necessary to complete one lesson and then moving on to the next.”
— Scientific American, August 2013
Schooling isn’t always education. They aren’t equivalent, and just because someone didn’t go to school doesn’t mean they aren’t just as knowledgable as someone who did.
Refuse to let your schooling interfere with your education.