The Difference Between Schools & Hairdressers

monkeyhairNeriman just sent in this brilliant comment to the “Brave Princess” story:

I completely agree that in schools we the teachers (actually the state or the government lies on the base of educational system in every country) try to shape minds of children just as a hairdresser shapes peoples hair.

But, unlike hairdressers, the school doesn’t ask the students’ ideas about the outcome.
so the students don’t enjoy the learning process.

Let’s make sure we ask. πŸ™‚


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One Response to “The Difference Between Schools & Hairdressers”

  1. Tanya

    Did anyone get the connection that both hairdressers and teachers are called “Sensei” in Japan.

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