Education, education...

Richard Sambrook posted this:

John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, made a really good point at  the Clinton Global Initiative:

He said the current education system of grades and exams puts people in competition with each other and is a top down command-and-control model. As the leader of one of the world's biggest IT companies he believes future education should concentrate on networking and collaboration - which will support greater innovation and corss-discipline creativity. It will also, he said, attract talent. Call it Education 2.0 then...

This is why I have been getting involved with The Open University, Horsesmouth and School Of Everything. I reckon it matters.