Talk:4034 Lecture 7
- Is organizing the schooling of one's child an attack on that child's "freedom"? (and what is freedom in society anyway?)
- An argument can be made that children are schooled not because this is how they will learn the skills they need, but so that they can get the degrees they may need to start learning in more comfortable circumstances: explore.
- Could the well-known relationship between degrees of schooling and later income be a self-fulfilling prophecy when employers require degrees without verifying whether the person they hire knows the needed skills (or without checking whether someone withough the degree could perform the task)?