Fatalism Should Have No Place in Education
In Hillbilly Elegy, author J.D. Vance comments on the consequences of the views the education system instills, writing that “what separates the successful from the unsuccessful are the expectations that they had for their own lives.” Instead of defeatist narratives about our culture and society, we need to advance the reality that our meritocracy, while imperfect, is still alive.
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