Education expert Sir Ken Robinson wants to revolutionise how education works, saying the current system prioritises a narrow definition of intellect.
"There was a time that being educated meant you could speak Latin. Then there was a time that it meant having gone to university. I'm trying to get people to think differently."
Sir Ken, a professor at the University of Warwick, says education systems worldwide have become overly focused on a narrow kind of ability that we call "academic work".
"What happens is we often confuse academic ability with intelligence more generally and I think that's something we really need to revisit."
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